Frost & Sullivan has named BlackBerry an innovator in its latest US Healthcare Cybersecurity Market report, studying over fifty companies and the top cyber threats as the basis for its report.
Chinese electric carmaker WM Motor has selected BlackBerry QNX to power its advanced W6 SUV model, using the QNX Neutrino Realtime Operating System (RTOS), QNX Software Development Platform (SDP 7.0), and QNX Hypervisor.
PathPartner Technology will offer BlackBerry QNX software services & solutions to its broad embedded customer base in the automotive industry. As a part of the BlackBerry QNX ecosystem, PathPartner will offer software development and integration services around QNX OS for Digital Cockpit, ADAS and AD functions.
BlackBerry and Carleton University have agreed a $21-million USD, five year strategic partnership agreement that will provide software engineers and researchers access to BlackBerry QNX technology for use in a wide range of industries
BlackBerry is taking steps to further align operations and go-to-market efforts to its key market opportunities as well as strengthen its management team. This follows the company's previous announcement to separately report revenues of its operating business units in the new fiscal year.
BlackBerry and IBM are partnering to bring BlackBerry's BlackBerry Spark platform to organizations across Canada. IBM will resell BlackBerry's endpoint management, endpoint security and critical event management software, to enterprises and governments nationwide.
Shared Services Canada (SSC) has selected BlackBerry for their secure productivity and secure communications needs. The Government of Canada also relies on BlackBerry for critical event management. and is recognised by the Government as a benchmark for trusted technology,
Volvo has opted for BlackBerry QNX as the “foundational software for [Volvo’s] main domain controller engine control units.” It will be used on “more than 300,000 heavy vehicles” manufactured by Volvo, a unit of China's Geely.
When BlackBerry reported fourth-quarter 2021 and full fiscal year results Tuesday, the company missed quarterly and full-year revenue estimates. According to Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley, the miss was “primarily driven by licensing headwinds due to ongoing negotiations for the sale of part of its mobile device patent portfolio.”
VI-grade has partnered with BlackBerry QNX to enable real-time active sound design for the entire vehicle soundscape by integrating QNX’s Active Sound Design software (QNX ASD) with VI-grade’s NVH Simulator.
BlackBerry reported reported a $315-million loss and missed quarterly revenue estimates for its fourth-quarter. Quarterly revenue for the company, which reports its results in U.S. currency, was $210 million, down from $282 million a year earlier.
BlackBerry has agreed to stop adjusting its revenue after receiving a comment letter from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) questioning the practice.