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BlackBerry partners University of Windsor, expands distribution of BlackBerry Radar

Thursday 14 May 2020 | 09:35 CET | News
BlackBerry partnered the University of Windsor to make and deliver a cyber-security curriculum for the University's Graduate Master's Program in Applied Computing. BlackBerry also announced that it expanded its BlackBerry Radar asset tracking platform's distribution reach by signing over 12 new channel partners in the past six months including two within Mexico, expanding the company's monitoring products outside of the US and Canada for the first time. 

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Companies: BlackBerry
Countries: North America
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