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Deutsche Telekom introduces Open IoT Platform

Deutsche Telekom introduces Open IoT Platform

Deutsche Telekom introduces Open IoT Platform

Deutsche Telekom announced the launch of its Open Internet of Things (IoT) Platform.

The platform brings developers, operators, partners, and suppliers together. Deutsche Telekom intends to make a heterogeneous IoT ecosystem as simple and manageable.  Connectivity, devices, cloud services, and solutions for data analysis are all the required tenants in today's industrial scenario, notes the announcement.

Executive Opinion

Rami Avidan, responsible for Deutsche Telekom's IoT business, said, "With the new “hub” for IoT we are exploiting the full potential of the Internet of Things. The amalgamation of all IoT solutions into one framework provides a business environment that is unique to date. With this, Deutsche Telekom is establishing the world's first open IoT network and expanding its role from IoT player to IoT orchestrator."

An Open Internet of Things (IoT) Platform

The platform will also introduce the marketplace and allow partners to offer their IoT portfolios. The company is also inviting partners and customers to its newly introduced IoT environment.

The IoT platform also introduces standardized interfaces to allow different IoT ecosystems to talk to each other. IoT Hub can be accessed at https://iot.telekom.com/de/iot-hub

The platform is slated for launch in the second half of 2020.

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