BlackBerry IVY wins Frost & Sullivan Technology Leadership Award

BlackBerry Limited today announced that Frost & Sullivan has awarded BlackBerry IVY™ the 2022 Enabling Technology Leadership Award for the edge-to-cloud connected and autonomous vehicle industry

BlackBerry Limited announced today that Frost & Sullivan has awarded BlackBerry IVY™ the 2022 Enabling Technology Leadership Award for the edge-to-cloud connected and autonomous vehicle industry. By applying a rigorous evaluation process, Frost & Sullivan recognizes companies that are consistently at the forefront of innovation and growth in their respective industries, and have a visionary understanding of the future.

BlackBerry IVY uniquely addresses the needs of the automotive industry as it standardizes data access across all vehicles, regardless of brand, operating system and cloud deployment model. BlackBerry IVY empowers automakers to manage ownership of vehicle data, protect user data privacy, apply intelligence to data capture, and ensure data is secure. BlackBerry IVY is also paving the way for smart cities by enabling seamless communication between vehicles, infrastructure and third parties, benefiting stakeholders in the connected autonomous community, including automakers, governments, enterprises, developers and consumers.

“BlackBerry believes that connectivity is powerful, especially when security and privacy are built in. We are on a mission to advance the way the world connects securely and have been consistent in carrying out this mission even during the global challenges of the past two years,” said John Chen, executive chairman and CEO of BlackBerry. “BlackBerry IVY exemplifies our commitment to innovation that advances the world we live and work in and the world we develop for generations to come. Thanks to Frost & Sullivan for recognizing our visionary strategy and leading technology.”

“BlackBerry has a proven track record of success and innovation. Their latest market disruptor, BlackBerry IVY, is a revolutionary edge-to-cloud platform that competitors cannot duplicate,” said Niranjan Manohar, Director of Consulting, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan. “With BlackBerry IVY, OEMs and Tiers 1s can focus on developing valuable and innovative experiences in vehicles, lower development costs, accelerate time to market and have a platform that can easily scale to other vehicle architectures. BlackBerry already has a large footprint of vehicles on the road equipped with their QNX® software and IVY, which uniquely makes vehicle data available to automakers while preserving user privacy, will bolster their market leadership position.”

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