BlackBerry Limited [NYSE: BB] disclosed that it has entered into a partnership agreement with Desay SV Automotive. Both the firms joined forces to roll out a dual-screen virtual smart cabin domain controller to allow safe driving. The prominent Chinese automaker Chery’s Tiggo 8 plus and Jetour X90 models are now equipped with QNX RTOS and QNX Hypervisor.
Both the QNX RTOS and QNX Hypervisor included Automotive latest smart cabin domain controller of Desay SV, developed on the QNX Hypervisor. X90 is the brand’s first Jetour vehicle fitted with the L2 intelligent automated driving system. While on the other hand, the Tiggo 8 Plus is Chery’s flagship SUV which is established and constructed on the Chery T1X platform.
Desay SV has gained recognition as the prominent leader in the application and mass production of a new generation of smart cabins. Desay SV Automotive has attained multi-ECU integration which is based on VISA. Furthermore, leveraging the QNX Hypervisor, developers can divide and segregate safety-essential and infotainment systems, guaranteeing the advanced function of crucial systems even if other elements collapse.
Shares of BlackBerry soared 3.17% during the trading session of Monday. The firm has the last closing price of $9.75. If we look at its past 52-week range, its share wavered between the 52-week low range of $2.70 and a high range of $28.77. Looking at its liquidity, it has a current ratio of 2.30. BB has a total market capitalization of $5.73 billion at the time of writing.
Desay Automotive has been recognized as a provider of smart cabins equipped with a multi-sensory immersive happening. Enhanced with secure and trustworthy BB QNX technology, both the firms can collectively tackle the different requirements of a vehicle industry that is experiencing quick revolutions.