(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – After BlackBerry (NASDAQ) posted their shocking losses, shares climbed more than 15% during the regular trading day on Friday, reports Value Walk.
Following this news, interim CEO, John Chen, stated that the company would be setting up four new strategic divisions, Enterprise Services, Messaging, QNX, and Devices, while increasing focus on enterprise.
The company reported that there are currently more than 30,000 commercial and test servers installed, over 5,000 more than in September.
Additionally, BlackBerry is trying to gain recognition in the automotive and cloud industries by its QNX division, “one of the crown jewels.”
New technology for the cloud and automotive industries will be shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, continues Value Walk’s report.
The mobile company announced it partnership with Foxconn last week where they will be focusing on developing consumer smartphones in 2014.