Middleware, development tools, realtime operating system software and services for superior embedded design
Over the past 35 years, QNX software has become a big part of everyday life. People encounter QNX-controlled systems whenever they drive, shop, watch TV, use the Internet, or even turn on a light. Its ultra-reliable nature means QNX software is the preferred choice for life-critical systems such as air traffic control systems, surgical equipment, and nuclear power plants. And its cool multimedia features have QNX software turning up in everything from in-dash radios and infotainment systems to the latest casino gaming terminals.
Who uses QNX?
Customers rely on QNX to help build products that enhance their brand characteristics innovative, high-quality, dependable. Global leaders like Cisco, Delphi, General Electric, Siemens, and Thales have discovered QNX Software Systems gives them the only software platform upon which to build reliable, scalable, and high-performance applications for markets such as telecommunications, automotive, medical instrumentation, automation, security, and more.
Full development life cycle support
Through our embedded market specialization and proven expertise, we've become a trusted partner to the world's largest device manufacturers and systems integrators. Developers rely on feature-rich QNX® Neutrino® RTOS and the highly-integrated QNX® Momentics® development suite to accelerate time to market, and our broad range of engineering services such as flexible support programs, professional training, expert consulting, and custom engineering help customers speed every stage of their development cycle.
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities
QNX welcomes feedback regarding the way in which the company provides services to persons with disabilities. To provide feedback regarding accessibility at QNX, please contact us at email@example.com. To view the Accessibility Policy for QNX as a subsidiary of BlackBerry, please visit the BlackBerry website to learn more about the QNX commitment to Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities.