BlackBerry is a technology company that provides enterprises and governments with software to secure the IoT devices they use, the products they make, and the data that flows in and out of their network. We are able to do this because BlackBerry leads in key areas such as cybersecurity, endpoint management, encryption, embedded systems and data privacy. With the recent acquisition of Cylance, BlackBerry now has a billion-dollar cybersecurity software portfolio, but we’re not stopping there. Cylance’s machine learning and artificial intelligence technology is a strategic addition, as its embeddable AI technology will accelerate the development of BlackBerry Spark, the secure communications platform for the Internet of Things (IoT). Since 1984 BlackBerry, or RIM as it was known at the time, has developed many awards winning ‘firsts’ in communications and security technology to revolutionize how the world lives and works. From the DigiSync Film KeyKode Reader and Mobitex point-of-sale terminal ... to the two-way messaging pager, the smartphone, copy and paste on mobile and mobile instant messaging ... to the platform that will enable the Internet of Things to fulfill its potential. Our goal is to bring BlackBerry-grade technology to everybody and everything as we believe our customers deserve world-class connectivity and security and the peace of mind that comes with it. Today our software is trusted by the world’s most important organizations, including the G7, 16 of the G20, NATO, banks, healthcare companies and higher-education establishments, and is embedded in everything from 140 million vehicles on the road today to medical devices, trains, robots, smart meters, wind turbines, hydroelectric plants, pilot training simulators, mail-sorting machines, tablets, smartphones and more. Based in Waterloo, Ontario, the company was founded in 1984 and operates globally. Our Irish office is based in Cork City. For more information, visit www.BlackBerry.com and follow @BlackBerry.
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