In recent months, BlackBerry has announced auto partnerships with Delphi, Visteon, Qualcomm, and DENSO.
QNX along with BlackBerry's Radar Internet of Things platform are seen as the company's key growth areas.
On BlackBerry's third quarter earnings conference call Dec. 20, CEO John Chen highlighted QNX's traction and success in expanding beyond infotainment.
Technology areas in this particular collaboration covered by the expanded relationship includes over-the-air software services, secure credential management service, virtual cockpit controllers, telematics, electronic control gateways, digital instrument cluster and infotainment systems.
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