In a statement, the company announced it would use its "Operational Network Operations Center" (NOC) to support the digital book that the biotechnological incubator ONEBIO would develop. Mainly will be used to store data from patients safely, labs, and monitors.
The BlackBerry NOC would be responsible for creating an "ultra-secure global ecosystem," the statement said, pointing out that data could also capture in biometric devices and individuals.
The platform could also share this information anonymously with the researchers.
The first BlackBerry customer will be the World Commission to end the diagnosis of children with rare diseases, an organization devoted to helping children fast find a rare disease diagnosis.
The release continued:
Co-founder by Shire, the world leader in rare diseases biotechnology, one of the World's technological pilots to investigate how the new BlackBerry solution could provide real-time analytics, as the Commission is trying to use technology to reduce diagnostic delay. "
BlackBerry joins some other traditional smartphone developers to get into the world of crypto world.
Before that, Nokia is "wet feet" in partnership with the Blockchain data platform and the OSIsoft software company, to enable customers to monetize their personal data.
The project's goal is to enable users to buy and sell real-time data feeds through ethereal smart deals. They have provided tokens for these transactions called DATACoin
The other company, HTC, goes on with the new smartphone Exodus. It is planned to be released by the end of the year; Exodus aims to allow users to save their private keys on their phones instead of separate hardware and software portfolios.