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The Black Berry OS platform and BES continued to increase in functionality—while the incorporation of encryption and S/MIME support helped Black Berry devices gain increased usage by governments and businesses.During fiscal 1999-2001, total assets declared in the RIM's balance sheet grew eight-fold due to massive capacity expansion.A total of C,000,000 in pre-IPO financing was raised by the company prior to its initial public offering on the Toronto Stock Exchange in January 1998 under the symbol RIM.

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In 1991, RIM introduced the first Mobitex protocol converter.

In 1992, RIM introduced the first Mobitex point-of-sale solution, a protocol converter box that interfaced with existing point-of-sale terminal equipment to enable wireless communication.

The introduction of Apple's i Phone on the AT&T network in the fall of 2007 in the United States prompted RIM to produce its first touchscreen smartphone for the competing network in 2008—the Black Berry Storm.

The Storm sold well but suffered from mixed to poor reviews and poor customer satisfaction.

In June 2014, CNN released an article citing Black Berry as one of six endangered US-Canadian brands.

Following numerous attempts to upgrade their existing Java platform, the company made numerous acquisitions to help it create a new, more powerful Black Berry platform, centered around its recently acquired real-time operating system QNX.

Black Berry Limited is a Canadian multinational company specializing in enterprise software and the Internet of things.

Originally known as Research In Motion (RIM), it is best known to the general public as the former developer of the Black Berry brand of smartphones, and tablets, it transitioned to an enterprise software and services company under CEO John S. Its products are used worldwide by various businesses, car makers, and government agencies, and include the At Hoc crisis communications platform, the QNX real-time operating system, and Black Berry UEM, an endpoint management platform.

In 1995, RIM introduced Freedom, the first Type II PCMCIA radio modem for Mobitex.

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