Internet of Things for Business Customers

Platforms

Deutsche Telekom provides you with the suitable platforms to manage your entire IoT projects, devices, and M2M SIM cards. Via the M2M Service Portal, you have a complete overview of all connected things and costs – at all times. Monitor machines and analyze sensor data via the Cloud of Things. The multi domestic service enables the use of IoT solutions worldwide. And with the IoT Service Platform, you can collect, filter and analyze data and manage the lifecycle of your “things” in parallel.


MANAGE ALL DEVICES AT ALL TIMES

How do you keep track of the IoT-SIM-cards and their connections, contract data and data volume of the connected machines and devices? How can you centrally manage and control all connected devices of your company? And how can you combine own components with Cloud and IoT services? No matter if M2M Service Portal, Cloud of Things or Multi-Domestic Service – the management of IoT devices and M2M SIM cards is enabled at Deutsche Telekom with custom-fit platforms, national and international. 

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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Cloud of Things


M2M Service Portal

M2M Service Portal
Manage all IoT SIM cards for all your connected machines and devices conveniently via the intuitive M2M Service Portal. Use the web-based interface to check all connections, contractual data, and data volumes. Thanks to flexible tariff models and billing functions, you can control all under control, monitor cards’ limits, and avoid misuse.
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Connected Things Hub
Using sensors and the cloud, the Internet of Things can answer questions like: Where are my vehicles located? Or: Is the cold chain maintained? In order for companies to be able to create value from the information they collect, data must be prepared and visualized: This can be done by the Connected Things Hub.
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Connected Things Hub


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