Motorola Reorganizes Networking Arm; Prelude to Deals?

Motorola (MOT) has reorganized its home and networks mobility unit into three units, in a move that could be a prelude to the sale of one or more of the pieces, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The Journal says the three divisions will include one focused on cable set-top boxes and related gear for digital video, Internet-based video and modems; a second, which sells cellular networking gear; and a third focused on next-generation networks, including WiMax and LTE.

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