BlackBerry to Deliver EoT Platform for Healthcare Security Products

BlackBerry to Deliver EoT Platform for Healthcare Security Products

In a press release on October 4, BlackBerry followed-up its announcement to Spark: new projects and partnerships that seek to jump-start the Enterprise of Things (EoT) — a blockchain-based platform in the delivery of patient care services

BlackBerry will operate on ONEBIO blockchain ledger. The blockchain will be powered by the company’s network operation center to make the sharing and storing of medical data more secure.

Mi2 and MIA Partnership

BlackBerry will be partnering with Mackenzie Innovation Institute (Mi2). The institute will be delving into the security and connectivity between BlackBerry Spark EoT and its own vision on smart healthcare technology.

Another of their partnership is with Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA). The MIA has chosen BlackBerry to facilitate the sharing of patient records and research data securely.

BlackBerry’s new QNX OS for Medical 2.0

The QNX OS for Medical 2.0 is a highly secured, real-time operating system. It is designed to function for the development of robotic surgical instruments, blood analysis systems, infusion pumps, patient monitoring systems, and other products that are required to pass rigorous regulatory approval. The QNX OS is IEC 62304 compliant.

BlackBerry was a smartphone manufacturer that is now building a security-focused enterprise software and services company.

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