BlackBerry services across Europe, the Middle East and Africa have been restored following a 20-hour blackout, wireless communication device users may wish to know.
Research In Motion, the firm behind the range of handsets, confirmed earlier this morning that all services were now "operating normally".
The crash meant that millions of Blackberry users were left without email, web browsing and messaging services.
"Blackberry runs two infrastructures," Simon Butler, a Microsoft Exchange consultant at Sembee, explained to wireless communication device users and others.
"The understanding I have is that the BIS service has crashed.
"The business side runs on a different set of servers, although enterprise Blackberrys can still use messenger and the consumer services, so they are also affected," Mr Butler remarked.
In other industry news, Google recently confirmed its intention of challenging Apple's iPhone in the lucrative wireless communication device market by announcing that it will launch the Samsung Nexus Prime in October in San Diego.
Posted by Andre Dixon