Andreas Middel

Andreas Middel

Spokesperson, Corporate Blogger

Andreas Middel, born in 1958, has only come from A to B so far. Born in Aachen, he went to school school in Bonn, studied and started his career there. Then, as a journalist for WELT to Berlin and Brussels, responsible for the whole range of EU and NATO topics. At the beginning of the millennium back to the German capital, still for WELT. Changing the desk side, he now works for DT's corporate communications, responsible for political topics.

Articles by Andreas Middel

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5G

Company

IoT doesn't stand for "Island of Things"

Tim Höttges talks about the revolution of digitization through 5G and the demand for a new spectrum policy.

Symbolbild Smart Factory

Blog.Telekom

Hannover Messe

On an area of 800 square meters, Deutsche Telekom will present its tools for the new digitized and connected industrial age.

Media

Agreement in road toll arbitration

Germany, Daimler, and Deutsche Telekom reach agreement in road toll arbitration.

Smart monitoring vividly explained: In Hanover a DT employee demonstrates how a virtual production machine works.

Blog.Telekom

Industrial production goes digital

The booths of the individual companies reflect this impressively. Top-quality high tech everywhere you look: in industrial automation, IT, manufacturing technologies, and mobility solutions.

Herrenhausen

Blog.Telekom

High speed in the Herrenhausen Gardens

Such a major summit is a rare occurrence in Hanover - the knock-on effects of the imminent visit of U.S. President Barack Obama and the summit involving other heads of state and government were clear to be seen right from the Saturday, with tightened security...

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