"Music is the heart and soul of the mobile entertainment experience, and with Soundbuzz as a part of our family, Motorola has the biggest heart and the most soul in mobile music in Asia," said Ian Chapman-Banks, Vice-President of Mobile Devices Marketing for Motorola Asia-Pacific.
"With a library of over 750,000 songs and half a million mobile music derivatives, Motorola now offers the people of the Asia-Pacific region an extensive music collection, all available for download either via the Internet or directly onto your mobile device," Chapman-Banks noted.
As you're probably already aware from last post (Soundbuzz Asian Digital Music Provider acquired by Motorola) , the American handset maker's idea to become the dominant player in the Asia-Pacific region. Their MotoMusic platform/service is now available in 13 countries and the company has signed deals with all big-name record labels (Sony BMB, EMI, Warner, Universal) as well as with over 45 independents. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.