BlackBerry may no longer be a significant participant in the mobile device industry, but they haven’t completely disappeared. Today, BlackBerry Limited revealed a substantial increase in revenue. The number of automobiles equipped with a BlackBerry software device has risen by 20 million in the last 12 months alone, to more than 215 million.
Research company Strategy Analytics validated the increase in BlackBerry-equipped automobiles. Comparing BlackBerry QNX goods offered in the automotive industry to the number of cars equipped with BlackBerry QNX technology was done.
QNX is an operating system that provides all the safety and security features necessary for motor vehicles. BMW, Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, and Honda are just a few of the manufacturers that employ them because of its high reputation in the automobile industry. In fact, given the latest developments, it doesn’t seem like it will slow down any time soon.
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BlackBerry is the global leader in embedded automotive software, with 16 million vehicles in 2013 and 215 million presently.
As BlackBerry’s Executive Chairman & CEO, John Chen, remarked, we are “delighted to be trusted by car OEMs and Tier 1s throughout the globe.”
Since then, the company has accrued a royalty income backlog of nearly $560 million. According to the IT business, 24 of the top 25 electric car manufacturers are using its software, and the company has big hopes to be a part of the autonomous vehicle revolution as well. Chen views this as BlackBerry’s next stage of development.
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