BlackBerry Limited

A global leader in mobile communications.


We are BlackBerry, a global mobile communications leader who revolutionized the industry when it first introduced BlackBerry email services in 1999. Today, BlackBerry’s products and services, from messaging to secured enterprise mobility, are relied on by millions of individuals every day to securely and efficiently connect them to the content and people that matter most.

What We Do

Our goal is to continue securing a connected world, delivering innovative hardware, software, and cloud-based solutions across the entire mobile ecosystem and beyond. We secure and keep private the world’s most sensitive data across all end points – from cars to smartphones – making the mobile-first enterprise vision a reality.

At BlackBerry our instinct for innovation is relentless, so as we continue to push the boundaries of mobile experiences, we continue to drive the talent, passion and creativity of our employees.


Secured Wireless Mobility, Mobile Device Management (MDM), Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM), BlackBerry Smartphones, Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS), BlackBerry Messaging and Video (BBM), Crisis Communications, Internet of Things (IoT), QNX Software Systems

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Dissolution of Metal Foils in Common Beverages

Jul 07, 2016 | Bev Christian, Nancy Wang, Mark Pritzker, Daniella Gillanders, Gyubok Baik, Weiyi Zhang, Joanna Litingtun, Brian Kim; Blackberry, University of Waterloo

How susceptible are the metals used in modern electronics manufacturing to corrosion by common beverages? This is a question of interest, especially to manufacturers, retailers and to a certain extent end customers.

In this study the dissolution of aluminum, copper, gold, iron, lead, nickel, SAC305 solder, silver, tin and zinc was examined. Individual foils of these materials were fully immersed in one of sixteen chosen beverages and heated for 3 days at 40°C. The resulting solutions were analyzed using ICP-OES. The data were examined in light of the known pH, conductivity and ionic contents of the beverages, determined in previous work. Conclusions about the relative susceptibility to corrosion of the various metals and the corrosive power of the different beverages are made....

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