RIM Unveils Next Generation BBX Platform
October 18, 2011 by staff
RIM Unveils Next Generation BBX Platform, Research in Motion co-CEO Mike Lazaridis is just now pulling back the curtain on its next-generation operating system. Until now, the big news is his name: BBX.
BBX combines the best qualities of the biggest BlackBerry RIM OS and QNX platform, which powers the PlayBook tablet, Lazaridis said today at the developer conference of the company.
Lazaridis is talking, so I’ll have more to his speech develops.
RIM co-president also reiterated his apology for failures in service today as the last who started the BlackBerry DevCon conference.
“Power outages around the world have experienced this week was unfortunate,” he said.
It was a difficult day for some RIM. BlackBerry users last week had to deal with a disruption of the entire system that affected some customers for up to three days – apparently a life in the darkness of those who depend on email as a critical communication tool. Interruptions finally ended last Thursday. Meanwhile, his rival Apple had a stellar launch weekend, selling 4 million iPhones since customers increasingly low BlackBerrys.
RIM apologized for the interruption and yesterday said he would give 100 and the value of the premium applications of distance, as a gesture of contrition. Business customers would have a month of free technical support.
Lazaridis thanked some of the development partners who were helping to power the applications for the free program.
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