RIM investor thinks the company should be sold
Alboini is worried that RIM management is putting all its eggs in the QNX basket and expecting that devices slated for next year will help the company turn things around. Apparently, RIM management hasn't been doing much as far as looking at other strategies to stop the company slide, and has no real backup plan if QNX doesn't hit with consumers. Of course, the PlayBook ran QNX, but the OS has not been blamed for the device's troubles (the real culprit is the insane BlackBerry Bridge required for any normal functionality.)
According to numbers by Gartner, BlackBerry fell to a 12% global market share in Q2 of 2011, and if QNX doesn't turn the company around, Alboini is worried that it will become another Nortel and end up in bankruptcy.