BlackBerry and Amazon Web Technologies Expand Partnership

The Amazon Cloud Technology 2022 re:Invent Global Conference opened today. At the meeting, BlackBerry announced that it will further use Amazon Cloud Technology to provide BlackBerry QNX technology to mission-critical embedded operating system developers through cloud services for the first time. This significantly shortens their time to market.

At the Amazon Cloud Technology 2022 re:Invent Global Conference, BlackBerry QNX demonstrated its real-time operating system (RTOS) and artificial intelligence data platform BlackBerry BlackBerry IVY, running on Amazon EC2 instances powered by Amazon Cloud Technology Amazon Graviton2 processors. The BlackBerry QNX RTOS running on the cloud serves as a cloud-native developer's workbench and can be used independently or in conjunction with BlackBerry IVY, a cloud-based connected car AI platform jointly developed by BlackBerry and Amazon Cloud Technology.

In the automotive industry, each vehicle contains more than 100 million lines of code on average, and consumers and global regulators have been asking for enhanced features and functions. As a result, the complexity of the overall in-vehicle electronics architecture continues to grow. OEMs are under enormous pressure to prototype, test and validate the entire vehicle software ecosystem while meeting functional safety standards (ISO 26262) and cybersecurity standards (ISO 21434). Using the cloud-native BlackBerry QNX RTOS real-time operating system powered by Amazon Cloud Technology will streamline development for automakers as they deliver future-ready software-defined vehicles, addressing some of these challenges and reducing "developer friction."

As one of the first applications, some customer developers will be able to take advantage of the BlackBerry IVY cloud instance. At Amazon Cloud Technology 2022 re:Invent Global Conference, BlackBerry will demonstrate how developers can use the cloud service to simplify the development, testing, and integration of artificial intelligence-driven automotive solutions and deploy these solutions on automotive-grade hardware. Vehicle operation.

It is reported that the early access version of this cloud operating system project has been provided to selected OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, including Tier 1 automotive supplier Magneti Marelli, which is currently trialing the solution for the development of next-generation automotive technology.

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