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BlackBerry is a mobile device vendor and also provider of the smartphone and enterprise software solutions.
BlackBerry integration software
The BlackBerry company is well know for their software platform solutions, which are enabling enterprise applications, services, email, instant messaging and web on mobile devices.
The BlackBerry Enterprise Server is an integrating solution which enables existing enterprise systems on mobile platforms.
Their Internet Solution system let to integrate a BlackBerry smartphone with up to 10 email accounts, and enable instant messaging with web browsing. It is mostly tailored to meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses and individual users.
The application development framework called BlackBerry Mobile Data System is letting to develop custom software solutions based on the interactions between enterprise applications and BlackBerry smartphones.
Software development tools
- BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio
- BlackBerry MDS Studio
- The BlackBerry JDE for Java/Java ME application development
- Developing Browser-based Applications
- Controlled APIs and code signing
- 8800 Series
- 8700 Series
- 7130 Series
- 7100 Series
- 7200 Series
Enabling BlackBerry on other devices
The other mobile operating systems, like Palm OS, Symbian OS and Windows Mobile, may also provide mobile users with the BlackBerry services via the BlackBerry's Connect technology.
- Nokia 9300 and E62
- Motorola Q
- Palm Treo 650 and Treo 680
- Samsung T719