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On September 25, 1928, two brothers Paul and Joseph Galvin found Galvin Manufacturing Corporation. The profile of the new enterprise was the design and production of electronic devices.
In 1947 the Galvin Manufacturing Corporation was renamed after its most popular brand, Motorola. The name Motorola was formed from two English words Motion and Victrola (at that time the name of the most famous radio receiver).