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To be the world’s leading provider of end-to-end mobility solutions that are the most secure and trusted.
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The Internet of Things represents the next great wave in business transformation. Today, BlackBerry already secures more than 500M endpoints including over 195M vehicles. Through independent research, Frost & Sullivan determined that BlackBerry is well positioned to secure all IoT endpoints, and upwards of 96% of all cyberthreats in the current landscape (read the Frost & Sullivan Assessment). BlackBerry is leading the way with a single platform for securing, managing and optimizing how intelligent endpoints are deployed in the enterprise, enabling our customers to stay ahead of the technology curve that will reshape every industry.
BlackBerry Quick Facts
24% of GAAP revenue invested in R&D in FY21
2,000 new patents granted in FY21
Over 165 million malware based cyberattacks prevented in FY21
BlackBerry IVY named a market leader in automotive and smart cities by Frost & Sullivan
Third quarter fiscal 2022 total Company revenue of $184 million
Recurring software product revenue is approximately 80% in Q3-FY22
$772 million of cash, cash equivalents and investments at November 30, 2021
NYSE: BB; TSX: BB
Securing over 500M endpoints, including over 195M vehicles
Design wins with 24 of the top 25 global EV automakers, representing 82% of EV production volumes
All 7 of the G7 governments, 18 of the G20 governments
45 of the Fortune 100
Global Headquarters: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Operations in: 30 countries
Founded in: 1984
It's time to get the image of people in the late '90s frantically typing on their CrackBerries out of your head. That's BlackBerry's past. Software and services that BlackBerry makes for other companies is its future. And it looks like a bright one.
The self-driving car — equipped with BlackBerry QNX software designed in Ottawa — is no mere hunk of metal. It’s the culmination of years of innovation and effort, a source of futuristic inspiration for Ottawa.
BlackBerry is back – this time as a software company – and it’s focusing on growing its channel strategy as a way to strengthen its cyber security solutions.