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Business Wall of Fame: The keyholders of Hungary

The winners of this year’s Business Wall of Fame competition have been announced. In the end, Accessium made the running for the overall best Internet of Things solution of all countries with the ten-member jury. The Hungarian company offers a cloud-based administration platform for electronic locking systems. All about M2M presents the winner and its solution. Find out more


GMA bursts boundaries on the Internet of Things

Developing M2M solutions works best when they leave neither the provider’s network nor its country during application. If they need to leave either or if the solution ought to be easily deployed for the world market, that’s when it gets more complicated for M2M and IoT solution providers as well as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The Global M2M Association aims to change that with a new offering. Find out more

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How to find the best IoT solutions for business purposes

The Internet of Things is growing fast. Depending on who you ask, there are expected to be up to 100 billion connected devices by 2020, ranging from smartphones and tablets to manufacturing equipment and vending machines. Deutsche Telekom aims to support them with the “Business Wall of Fame” contest in order to find the best IoT solutions for their customers. Find out more

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Industry 4.0 on road show “Wirtschaftswunder 4.0 – Digitization made in Germany” and Hannover Messe Industrie

At the road show “Wirtschaftswunder 4.0 – Digitization made in Germany” Deutsche Telekom showcases various solutions relevant for Industry 4.0. Among them are Profibutler, Strype, the Kumpan scooter with its connected battery, and the connected Dürkopp-Adler sewing machines. Find out more


Happy Internet of Things Day!

M2M and the Internet of Things are omnipresent in our daily lives. Reason enough to take a closer look at the subject. We have compiled an overview from our best blog articles. Find out more

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M2M Summit: Welcome to Connected Reality

M2M connects cars, solar modules, bicycles, forklift trucks, wristwatches, and even cows on the Internet of Things. A technology that used to be dismissed as a technical gimmick for niche products now reaches a mass market. That is why, at industry gatherings like the upcoming M2M Summit in Düsseldorf, it is no longer just a matter of technological but also one of business matters. Find out more


O’zapft is! Beer mugs become part of the Internet of Things

Costumes, rides and beer tents - all things that await visitors to the Oktoberfest in Munich. In the future, overhearing terms such as Arduino, Spark Core or REST should come as no surprise to anyone there. That’s because the Internet of Things has reached the Oktoberfest. Two hackers are there to test a home-made networked beer stein. Find out more


IoT startup Atooma wins Telekom Innovation Contest

Cars, solar modules, streetlighting and parking spaces, even ballpoint pens, wristwatches, glasses and coffee cups – in the Internet of Things (IoT) everything is connected. But how do we use it? One possible answer is supplied by the automation platform of the Italian startup Atooma, the winner of this year’s Telekom Innovation Contest. Find out more


Smart City: Pisa is testing the future of parking and mobility management

Pisa is traditionally known for its Leaning Tower and picturesque cityscape. Soon the Tuscan city will also be known as a Smart City. Since this week Deutsche Telekom has helped motorists in a pilot project to find parking spaces faster and to pay for them by smartphone. Find out more

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How M2M takes motor sport forward

The smell of oil, the sound of tires rotating and a screen with constantly moving circles on a virtual map of the Nordschleife – at the legendary 24-hour Nürburgring race in Germany, racing fans are familiar with all of the details. But few of them know that racing teams monitor their cars with a machine-to-machine (M2M) solution. Find out more

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On the Way to Connected Production - Industry 4.0 at Hannover Messe

The future of production is connected and digital. On that everyone agreed at the Hannover Fair. Few buzzwords can have gone the rounds more often than Industry 4.0 at the Hannover trade fair ground last week. Industry 4.0 means the comprehensive networking of classical manufacturing industry to map all production processes virtually and to manage and control them dynamically. Visitors to the Telekom booth could see what that means for the design of a value chain. Find out more


Supporting Smart Ideas for the Internet of Things

Three days, 13 startups, two winners, and loads of networking, sharing of knowledge and new ideas – the hub:raum Internet of Things (IoT) bootcamp showed how important it is for companies like Telekom to support and invest in new business ideas. Find out more

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Does a City Need to be Smart?

There are many reasons to make cities smart: ecological and economic sustainability, improved administrative effectiveness, reduced costs, higher quality of life, or actionable insights for planning, to name just a few. Find out more