BlackBerry on Wednesday announced its new ‘IoT Center of Excellence, Engineering and Innovation’ in Hyderabad, which will harness the country’s best-embedded software engineers to help build the next generation of software-defined vehicles (SDVs) and other Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Will do advanced innovation. things industry.
By the end of 2023, the company said the Hyderabad facility, which is expected to be the second largest in the world for BlackBerry’s IoT division after Canada, is expected to house over 100 software engineers across various technical positions and skill sets. including senior management, technical project management, product engineering, cloud software development, integration and service delivery.
“We are committed to serving our customers and partners by expanding BlackBerry IoT’s global software innovation network in Hyderabad and continuing our rapid growth as an IoT software leader, particularly in the automotive sector,” said Mattias Eriksson, President, BlackBerry IoT. Pleased to highlight. said in a statement.
In addition, the company said teams will first use QNX Software Development Platform (SDP) evaluation hardware and software to design and accelerate the development of systems that are safe, secure and offer real-time performance that innovation, is responsible for the embedded. Software product development and engineering services.
“This facility will enable BlackBerry IoT to co-develop and co-innovate with our customers and partners based in India, giving talented developers and engineers the opportunity to create the best solutions to complex problems for the automotive and other embedded software industries will get.” Erikson added.
BlackBerry IVY software development is scheduled to begin in 2023, bringing developers and OEMs closer to the innovation cycle with operations in India and access to benefits such as optimized data processing through on-vehicle machine learning (ML).
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