Motorola Solutions Q2 2013 sales decreased 2 percent to $2.1 billion.
Operating earnings in Q2 were $266 million compared to $278 million.
Government sales dipped 1 percent to $1.5 billion.
Enterprise sales declined 5 percent to $656 million.
Motorola Solutions secured multi-million dollar contracts with U.S. customers such as cities of Baltimore and Phoenix, Caroline County in Virginia, Carroll County in Maryland, Chautauqua County in New York, Clinton County in Ohio, Maricopa County in Arizona, Northumberland County in Pennsylvania, Somerset County in New Jersey, State of Mississippi, East Bay Communications, Entergy, Imperial Irrigation District and Port of Seattle.
In addition, it secured multi-million dollar contracts with international customers such as York Region and Quebec Government in Canada; MTRC Shatin Central Line in Hong Kong; Sea-Aeroporti in Italy; Kuwait Ministry of Defense; Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs; Taiwan Coast Guard and Taiwan High Speed Rail; as well as Chongqing Metro, Hangzhou Metro and Ningbo Metro in China.
Motorola Solutions, in the second quarter, expanded command and control portfolio by introducing PremierOne Next Generation 9-1-1 Call Control solution for incident management operations.
In the enterprise business, Motorola Solutions secured contracts with key customers such as L.L.Bean, United States Cold Storage, Canadian Tire, Australia Post, Kmart Australia, Coles Supermarkets in Australia, Tesco in the U.K., FamilyMart in Japan, Colombia Movil, China Post, China Deppon Logistics and Correos in Spain.
In the second quarter, Motorola Solutions introduced Mobility Lifecycle Management service aimed at enterprises that want to use mobile devices to transform their business operations, leaving the complex task of lifecycle management to a trusted adviser who can deliver predictable performance and cost.
Motorola Solutions said its third quarter revenues will be down 3 percent.
For the full-year 2013, the company expects revenues to be flat to up 1 percent.