Internet of Things for Business Customers

IoT by Deutsche Telekom

Certified Devices

Certified devices
Together with our partners, we offer certified hardware individually tailored to your needs.


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Global connectivity

Global connectivity
Benefit from Deutsche Telekom's best infrastructure for your IoT projects.



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Managed IoT Platforms

Managed IoT Platforms
Use the best IoT service platforms for the central management of your devices and SIM cards.


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Advanced Analytics

Advanced Analytics
Gain valuable insights thanks to Big Data with intelligent filtering and linking of your data using numerous cloud-based tools.

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What's IoT?

The Internet of Things - what is it actually? In short: All kinds of things - from machines, pallets and containers to traffic lights, street lamps and electricity meters to garage doors, parking lots and vehicles of all kinds - are equipped with sensors and connected to the Internet. The sensor data is sent to the cloud via radio or fixed network to be analyzed. Why? Because the knowledge gained in this way can be used to optimize processes, reduce costs and time, maximize profits or implement new ideas and business models. Deutsche Telekom will show you how it works.


Discover our IoT World

Narrowband IoT

NarrowBand IoT

The wireless standard NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) is optimised for applications in the Internet of Things. It uses existing mobile networks – and thanks to its unique features, NB-IoT enables numerous devices to be networked with low energy consumption.

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Data Intelligence Hub

Data Intelligence Hub

A secure marketplace for efficient data transfer – that’s our Data Intelligence Hub. Get access to open data as well as closed data pools while gaining insights tailored to your needs with integrated analysis tools. We guarantee the highest security standards and data sovereignty.

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Cloud of Things

Cloud of Things

Manage and control all your connected devices with Deutsche Telekom’s “Cloud of Things”. The cloud-based IoT platform collects, analyzes, and visualizes sensor data from various machines. Our Starter Kit offers you quick and easy entry.

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Current issues

nuSIM - the integrated SIM for the Internet of Things

nuSIM – the new SIM for IoT solutions

13.02.2019|The eSIM is now used in smartphones and smart watches as well as in networked cars. With the nuSIM, the integrated SIM card is now being further developed especially for applications in the Internet of Things where the cost factor is decisive.
 

How industry today is benefitting from the Internet of Things

Two employees use IoT solutions to monitor processes via the tablet.

08.02.2019|Monitoring machines and increasing their lifespan, optimizing processes or developing new business models using big data, machine learning or artificial intelligence: IoT offers companies many opportunities.
 

Smart trackers in the international transport sector

Container ship

05.02.2019|Every year the volume of cocaine smuggled in containers increases by 20 Percent. An intelligent tracker on the inside of containers sends a warning when unauthorized persons open the doors. Telekom's sensor network plays a major role here.
 

nuSIM: Deutsche Telekom leads development of integrated SIM for IOT

News

04.02.2019|Deutsche Telekom has brought industry-leading partners together to develop nuSIM, a solution which moves the SIM functionality from the physical SIM card to the chipset.
 

Achieving a seamless supply chain with IoT

Thanks to digitalization, logistics companies can track their goods in the supply chain at any time

30.01.2019|Groceries usually have to travel long distances before they end up in the consumers’ shopping cart. Around a third is lost or spoiled during transport. How the Internet of Things (IoT) reduces food waste.
 

India’s metropolises go big with IoT

People and cars crowd the streets of India’s metropolises

25.01.2019|India will soon be the world’s most populous country – with all the negative aspects that entails. In order to stave off a total traffic collapse and massive pollution problems, the Indian government is betting on the IoT.
 


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