Deutsche Telekom pushes the implementation and commercial expansion of the new, standardized and cost-effective NarrowBand-IoT technology across Europe.
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Telekom Open IoT Labs: Deutsche Telekom and Fraunhofer IML inaugurate their new Internet of Things development center
Deutsche Telekom and the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics are founding the Telekom Open IoT Labs in Dortmund. At the new facility, Fraunhofer IML and Deutsche Telekom will work together to develop and test IoT solutions and get them market...
More speed for Trumpf
T-Systems accelerates web presence and customer portal of German high-tech company.
Deutsche Telekom joins Industrial Data Space Association
The Group brings security expertise to the table for an effortless and more secure exchange of data in the virtual data space of the association’s members.
Bouncer from the cloud makes industrial systems secure
Security offers industrial products for real-time detection and prevention of attacks.
IoT in industry: Deutsche Telekom connects Kaeser Kompressoren's technical service carrying cases
Compressed air specialist Kaeser Kompressoren has connected the first 400 of around 4,000 technical service carrying cases to the cloud with the support of T-Systems. This solution gives Kaeser full transparency over the whereabouts of its expensive measuring...
Hannover Messe 2017: Deutsche Telekom showcases its digital toolbox
At Hannover Messe, Deutsche Telekom is proving its capacity to act as a strong digitization partner for industry and for the small and medium-sized enterprise. Taking up an area of 800 square meters, Deutsche Telekom shows a number of customer use cases and...
Keeping the cloud of things secure
How Deutsche Telekom protects customer data.