BlackBerry will use QNX software for medical devices




BlackBerry QNX software will be dedicated to medical equipment and medical systems in India. The smartphone maker is working with a company that specializes in medical software. The software is now being tested.

The QNX software is put on medical devices in collaboration with the company NantHealth, as confirmed by a spokesman BlackBerry India told The Economic Times. One of the applications is to be able to keep in touch. Physicians and nurses from the devices to each other In addition, the QNX software must be integrated with patient information.

The use of BlackBerry’s QNX software in India is currently being tested. NantHealth has already developed a control system that is intended for use in the medical field and is used in about 250 hospitals. Probably hoping BlackBerry with the collaboration using its QNX software, which in 2010 took over from the same maker, broaden. It is unclear whether BlackBerry also has plans elsewhere in the world software to provide. Medical applications

BlackBerry itself uses QNX for its BlackBerry 10 operating system, yet the most recent version of the OS. In addition, QNX been used for some time for software in cars.


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