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BlackBerry plans return call via ‘Make in India’
BlackBerry — once a strong player in the smartphones market — is attempting a comeback in India with locally-developed and manufactured devices that run on Google’s Android operating system.
BlackBerry eyes 10-12 per cent market share of Rs 25-45K smartphone segment in India
Optiemus is lining up new devices across various price points for BlackBerry as the brand looks to regain lost ground against rivals like Samsung, Xiaomi and others.
Optiemus eyes 10% of India's premium phone market with BlackBerry
India is one of the fastest growing smartphone markets globally. Players like Samsung, Xiaomi, Lenovo and vivo have aggressively eaten into the market share of domestic players like Micromax and Lava.
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As part of "BlackBerry Secure" platform, BlackBerry "Enterprise Mobility Suite" provides secure, management policies and controls across key platforms.
Optiemus to make and sell handsets for BlackBerry in India
Besides India, Optiemus has the licence for the BlackBerry brand in Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.
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In an exclusive interaction Narendra Nayak, MD, BlackBerry India talks about their India plans, acquisitions and what the future holds for BlackBerry.
It makes absolute sense to team up with key partner in India: BlackBerry
The Canadian enterprise software in late 2016 announced a licensing model to enable third parties to make, market and sell handsets with the BlackBerry brand.
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Jarvis is a cyber security tool that aims to help automakers with safety backups as they develop software required for self-driving cars.
BlackBerry, Jaguar Land Rover ink pact for next-generation vehicles
As part of the agreement, BlackBerry will license its QNX and Certicom technology to JLR, as well as assign a team of engineers to support in the development of new Electronic Control Unit modules.