Qualcomm and Blackberry Agree to Co Work for Connected Automotive

Published By : 08 Dec 2017 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

BlackBerry Limited and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a sister concern of Qualcomm Incorporated, declared a key joint effort to create and deliver bleeding edge automotive stages for the up and coming age of connected automotives. As a significant piece of the non-elite relationship, the organizations have consented to improve some selective Qualcomm Technologies' equipment stages with BlackBerry's software on QNX for use in virtual cockpit controllers (VCC), telematics, including Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) innovation and eCall, electronic control entryways, computerized instrument groups and infotainment frameworks.

BlackBerry said it will likewise advance its over-the-air programming and accreditation administration administrations for use inside certain Qualcomm Snapdragon modems.

QNX is one of BlackBerry's fundamental columns for its product and Internet of Things (IoT) technique, particularly as the organization turns from equipment to programming. The stage empowers engineers to segment automotive applications in view of connection to security and basic frameworks, guaranteeing that any break in one application can be contained.

QNX Hypervisor 2.0 was perfect with its Snapdragon 820Am automotive processor, Qualcomm said in June, empowering auto manufacturers to decrease equipment unpredictability and expenses by putting numerous systems on a solitary stage.

The automotive division has turned into a point of convergence for innovation creators, as the business races to put up more independent highlights for sale to the public and put self-driving autos out and about. For BlackBerry, the automotive business has moved toward becoming center to its change methodology and CEO John Chen's endeavors to move far from shopper hardware and back toward pitching products on a business-to-business basis.

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