Narrowband IoT – A new M2M standard for the Internet of Things

NB-IoT is a new standardized cellular technology running on existing operator networks, optimized to enable the Internet of Things. With unique capabilities, it meets low bandwidth requirements for new applications.

GMA Multi-Domestic Service makes global M2M management easy

The Global M2M Association’s Multi-Domestic Service facilitates global M2M service deployment and management.

M2M Service Portal: Manage all SIM Cards

The M2M Service Portal is the central place to manage and control all M2M SIM cards. The web-based self administration portal provides powerful capabilities and features for M2M SIM card administration and control.

Cloud of Things: All Machines in View

With the Cloud of Things, companies can monitor and control their machines and equipment from everywhere – on a PC, a notebook or a tablet – with an encrypted secure data connection.

Deutsche Telekom: Best Choice in Connectivity

Deutsche Telekom with its powerful networks and state-of-the-art technologies offers customers secure global connectivity for M2M applications.

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Automatically efficient: Pfannenberg’s networked cooling units

Innovation by automation: Pfannenberg connects its thermal management solutions for switch cabinets to the cloud. This results in lower costs, fewer outages, and individual settings.

Full Steam Ahead into the Cloud

Steam generators helped launch the Industrial Revolution some 150 years ago. These days, Industry 4.0 is linking them to the Internet of Things (IoT), where they can automatically send their data into the cloud. The German company CERTUSS uses machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and an IoT platform to remotely monitor its cutting-edge steam generators.


200,000 visitors, 6,500 international exhibitors, 400 “Industrie 4.0” applications: the world’s leading industrial show in Hanover creates high expectations.


Protecting Connected Cars from Hackers

Opening locks without a crowbar, manipulating the brakes, surfing for free via...

First Greek NB-IoT smart city pilot introduced in Patras

The first Smart City pilot in Greece has been implemented by our Greek subsidiary...

oneM2M standardizes the Machine-to-Machine Market

Industry 4.0 promises more transparency, more efficiency and higher profits...


M2M solutions benefit a wide range of industries. With Deutsche Telekom’s expert knowledge of each sector we help our customers to generate best results.


More and more things are being fitted out with M2M solutions and thereby made usable in a new way. Learn more about different key topics within M2M communication like Smart Cities or the Industrial Internet.



Monitor present conditions

M2M solutions can observe the status of connected devices and their environment in real time. Vending operators see at a glance the current inventories of their vending machines and warehouses. Forwarding agencies control the transport temperature of perishable goods and ensure uninterrupted cold chains.


Manage machines remotely

Remote diagnostic and maintenance capabilities are essential for sustainable and cost effective service structures. Many tasks can be carried out remotely without the need to be on-site. Less travel means less environmental pollution. If on-site visits are necessary, service technicians know exactly which parts they need to take along.


Automate and optimize processes

When machines exchange information automatically, they are able to support us in various tasks. These might be mundane tasks such as closing the skylight when it starts to rain, or more complex tasks like calculating the optimal routes for delivering supplies.


Identify critical situations

At the end of the day, machines report to humans. They help us to identify critical situations that require our attention. This can be a machine in manufacturing that needs maintenance or a patient, whose vital signs show irregularities. A key benefit of M2M solutions is the ability to define criteria for notifications.