Respectfully, they may not still be in business by then. They're having major manufacturing chain issues due to component availability. That is their own damn fault, as they sold off their own semiconductor/fabrication business. Fucking idiots. Just think of how well Motorola could have done if they had designed (or at least manufactured) HSPA/LTE/5G baseband chips. That alone, would have easily been a multi-billion-dollar profit maker.
Motorola is not the same company we were loyal to for most of our careers. They're done now. They're posers. They keep making forward-looking statements, releasing buggy alpha-grade firmware and their hardware/software integration is extremely poor. MOTOTRBO CPS 2.0/RM is wholly unacceptable for release. A high school student could write more functional, faster, useful software. It's 100% GARBAGE, just like Greg Brown.
Fuck Motorola. I can't wait for the fire sale.
I might be the outlier but we're testing MotoTrbo (EMS and security for large scale events) and we're really happy with it. One frequency, one repeater in a mobile case, single site Capacity Plus and two talkgroups, it does exactly what we need (separate EMS and security with the option of doing all calls and emergency alerts). We've trialed TrboNET and it's amazing but completely unaffordable for a non-profit organization like us, so unfortunately we'll lose out on that.
Found a great ex-Moto dealer that got us a great price on radios and we even managed to get AES, apparently it's not very complicated here in Canada. RM isn't very friendly but I can't complain, for what we do it's reasonable.
If only we could get TrboNET for free or at least at a reasonable non-profit price we'd be golden.