The electric car manufacturer chooses a digital cockpit from PATEO for the next generation of its all-electric model

LAS VEGAS, April 10 /PRNewswire/ —

The design award after a successful proof of concept

BlackBerry Limited ( (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) and PATEO (, a leading provider of technology services and products in the field of Internet of Vehicles (IoV) in China, today announced that one of the largest Chinese car manufacturers has selected a BlackBerry IVY ( / blackberry- ivy)-powered PATEO ( Digital Cockpit for its next-generation all-electric model after completing a Proof of Concept (PoC) project, of which you can read here can make an impression.

As a result of the agreement, the automaker can now quickly implement innovative new applications to improve the in-vehicle experience for both drivers and passengers. The BlackBerry IVY-enabled premium vehicle model slated for mass production in 2024 will also feature Electra Vehicles, Inc.’s unique BlackBerry IVY-powered battery management solution ( that provides real-time , personalized battery management recommendations to improve the range of electric vehicles and reduce drivers’ range concerns.

With PATEO’s extensive partner network spanning intelligent voice control, infotainment, vehicle health monitoring, secure payments and more, the company plans to continue deploying BlackBerry IVY with Chinese automakers.

“With this first design award for IVY, PATEO is proud to further cement our already strong partnership with BlackBerry, whose global expertise in the automotive software industry is unmatched,” said Ken YING, Founder and Chairman of PATEO. “As a leading automotive intelligent connectivity company, we have made significant R&D investments in many areas including head unit, operating system, apps, cloud, AI and map technologies over the past 13 years to strengthen our ability to meet the huge demand from Chinese automakers for software-defined vehicles and to continually bring consumers new features and capabilities that excite them. With the help of BlackBerry, we are better positioned than ever to achieve this vision. We expect this to be the first of many design awards as we build on our early successes and develop closer working relationships with automakers in China and around the world.”

“We are very pleased to announce the first design award for the BlackBerry IVY. In particular, one of the largest Chinese OEMs has chosen the BlackBerry IVY to extend the success of their premium electric model series and further strengthen our relationship with PATEO. PATEO has demonstrated that it is a strong candidate to tap into the enormous potential of the Chinese market,” said John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO of BlackBerry. “Chinese car buyers expect automakers to offer a vehicle that offers innovative solutions and features even after it leaves the dealer’s showroom. With the BlackBerry IVY, automakers now have a powerful platform to do just that and more. Unlock revenue streams by facilitating development – and the delivery process for new vehicle-mounted solutions and services to ensure their customers continuously benefit from data-driven applications and use cases that surprise and delight throughout the life of their cloud-connected vehicles.”

BlackBerry IVY is a scalable, cloud-connected software platform developed with Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) and announced in 2020 under a multi-year, global agreement. Automakers can use BlackBerry IVY to develop in-vehicle services that respond to and improve driver and passenger experiences.

The expanded relationship and continued appeal in China’s auto industry is another milestone between the two companies announced earlier this year ( blackberry-powered- pateo-digital-cockpit-selected-for-10-plus-new-vehicle-models-across-five-oems), that the intelligent cockpit from PATEO, PATEO CONNECT+, on BlackBerry® QNX® technology based and selected by five different OEMs for use in ten different models.

For more information on how BlackBerry IVY can help develop secure data solutions for tomorrow’s software-defined vehicles, visit:

BlackBerry’s complete automotive lineup, including the BlackBerry IVY, will be showcased at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on 5-8. January 2023 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Visit BlackBerry at booth #4025 in the West Hall.

About BlackBerry BlackBerry (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) provides intelligent security software and services to businesses and governments around the world. The company secures more than 500 million endpoints, including 215 million vehicles. Based in Waterloo, Ontario, the company uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to deliver innovative endpoint security, safety and privacy solutions and is a leader in endpoint security, endpoint management, encryption and embedded systems. BlackBerry’s vision is clear: A connected future you can trust.

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Information about PATEO

Founded in 2009, PATEO CONNECT+ has since grown into an IoV company with China’s best capital structure, enterprise size and extensive resources to serve automotive customers.

PATEO has the five core technologies operating system, intelligent voice control, hardware, HD card and cloud platform. The company is mainly engaged in the research, development and manufacture of intelligent telematics systems and the provision of subsequent supporting services. PATEO is committed to building a cross-platform system that integrates vehicle, internet and mobile phone and focuses on car life services.

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