Deutsche Telekom launches simplified IoT solution for its customers
Deutsche Telekom is hoping to open up the Internet of Things (IoT) to a wider range of companies via a new simplified solution.
Through exclusive end-to-end bundles, Germany biggest telecommunications firm will be to offer businesses the opportunity to utilise IoT technology via its 'Cloud of Things' platform.
The bundles will contain everything an end-to-end IoT solution needs to be implemented, including hardware, mobile connectivity, cloud storage and a user-friendly web portal. With the incorporation of reliable, standardized platforms, customers will be able deploy and use these IoT solutions quickly and easily.
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According to the IDC study 'Internet of Things in Deutschland 2018', one in five SME companies would like to have all-around, care-free packages to deploy IoT solutions for their business.
In its statement, Deutsche Telekom says its first end-to-end solutions are "Asset Tracking" and "Industrial Machine Monitoring", with more bundles for a variety of industries and use cases to follow.
Earlier this month, Business Chief reported that Vodafone is to complete the full acquisition of Liberty Global's operations in Germany, a merger which is set to challenge Deutsche Telekom's traditional dominance of the market in its home country.