Blackberry sells German research department at Volkswagen

Jul

4

2014

BlackBerry sells its German research department at Volkswagen. All 200 employees will transfer to the new owner. The department in Bochum is going to make software for entertainment Volkswagen cars.

Both companies do not know what Volkswagen will pay for the acquisition, writes Phys.org. The research department will join Volkswagen Infotainment, which is responsible for the software of entertainment in cars.

The acquisition makes sense: BlackBerry 10 is based on the QNX kernel, which before the smartphone maker after the company acquired QNX is already occupied with software to include cars. BlackBerry will now be closer to its headquarters in Canada to all QNX-related development occur. With the BlackBerry step to improve its financial position.

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