Motorola Solutions has expanded its enterprise Android portfolio with the launch of three enterprise mobile computers running Android.
The new Android devices are supported by new Extensions (Mx) by Motorola Solutions security features and the fourth generation of RhoMobile Suite’s cross-platform development framework.
This new set of technologies and development tools will help businesses adapt, enhance, integrate and secure the Android OS for enterprise customers, Motorola said.
Motorola has introduced ET1, MC40 and MC67 enterprise mobile computers running the Jelly Bean version of the Android OS and fortified with Mx enhancements.
Jelly Bean is known to support enterprise mobility by delivering features such as security enhancements, better graphics support and improved logging and support capabilities.
Motorola mobile computers with the Android OS can run Android applications that have been developed natively or with alternative frameworks such as RhoMobile Suite.
Additionally Motorola provides a complete software development kit (SDK) that allows developers to easily develop and integrate enterprise data capture features on Motorola’s Android-based mobile computers.
Mx extensions by Motorola Solutions is a suite of security, device management and performance extensions that have been added to the standard Android OS to make it ready for the enterprise.
The solution infuses Motorola Android-based mobile computers with enterprise-class data capture features as well as fast and intelligent pre-emptive roaming and edge awareness to provide mobile workers with a superior wireless experience.
Mx is written on the commercial Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and will not compromise Android functions nor create application compatibility issues.
RhoMobile Suite 4.0 is the next generation of powerful cross-platform development tools that help businesses mobilize their workers, no matter what OS, device and technology is in their hands.
Developers can write, integrate, host and manage applications that work across platforms — including new support for iOS7 and Windows Phone 8 — on both consumer and enterprise devices.