The Madison Square Garden Company Introduces Motorola Solutions Radios at Venues Across the Country
The Madison Square Garden Company and Motorola Solutions today announced the use of MOTOTRBO professional two-way radios at MSG properties across the country.
Beginning this month, a total of 1,100 radios will be deployed across Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, Beacon Theatre and Hulu Theater in New York, The Forum in Los Angeles and the Chicago Theatre in Chicago.
MOTOTRBO push-to-talk digital radios are designed with outstanding range, battery life and responsiveness to enable more effective workplace communications and greater productivity. At MSG properties, they will be used for discreet and seamless communication between facilities, hospitality and security staff, who work closely in the setup and production of major events. PMC Wireless, a Motorola Solutions channel partner and wireless two-way communications integrator, will manage the delivery and integration of the radios and related equipment.
“Communication and organization are imperative for putting on successful events at each of our venues,” said Ron Skotarczak, executive vice president, marketing partnerships, The Madison Square Garden Company. “Our partnership with Motorola Solutions will only benefit our operations and improve the guest experience at all our venues.”
“We’re proud to have been selected by The Madison Square Garden Company to provide advanced workplace communications within their state-of-the-art venues across the country,” said John Zidar, senior vice president of Global Enterprise & Channels, Motorola Solutions. “Our MOTOTRBO professional radios increase collaboration behind the scenes, helping to improve the guest experience and build customer loyalty.”
MOTOTRBO radios are part of Motorola Solutions’ end-to-end enterprise communications suite, which help commercial customers manage disparate technologies and systems. Solutions include two-way radios and broadband devices, robust video security and analytics, dynamic incident management and dispatch software, private LTE (CBRS) and managed and support services.
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