Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Deutsche Telekom Expands its Cloud Ecosystem

At this week's CeBIT 2015, Deutsche Telekom' T-Systems integration arm is showcasing its growing cloud ecosystem and M2M initiatives.  Some highlights:

Industry 4.0 - an M2M starter kit that contains everything a machine needs to go online: hardware, SIM card with data rate plan and access to the "Cloud der Dinge" (Cloud of Things) platform, which records and processes device and sensor data. Deutsche Telekom hosts this platform in high-security data centers in Germany.

Telekom and Salesforce - showing a mobile-ready create Customer Experience for Automotive solution that brings together financial, aftermarket and dealer management systems.  It built entirely on the Salesforce Platform.

Telekom and Cisco - T-Systems will operate and market the European part of the Cisco Intercloud as a secure public cloud. The vision is for all Intercloud partners to provide their solutions via the new, hybrid cloud infrastructure to customers around the world. The Cisco infrastructure is currently being installed in the new high-performance data center in Biere near Magdeburg. In addition to infrastructure offers based on the Intercloud, in the future, Deutsche Telekom will also offer software and platform services. The first Software-as-a-Service product, a managed hotspot that enables small and medium-sized enterprises to access the Internet quickly, easily and securely, will be available in the second quarter of 2015.

T-Systems and SAP  - T-Systems is offering SuccessFactors HCM (Human Capital Management), an application for HR management. This solution from the SAP subsidiary also enables processing of particularly sensitive civil servant data. From April 2015, Deutsche Telekom will also increase its own productivity with SuccessFactors HCM: The Group is making use of the highly scalable cloud application for the worldwide recruitment and targeted training of the some 220,000 employees.

BVMW - the German Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses, is one of SugarCRM and Deutsche Telekom’s first joint customers. BVMW representatives make more than 700,000 contacts each year to represent the interests of the organization’s 270,000 member companies. In the past, individual BVMW offices separately managed member contacts with several different systems. The inability to share and synchronize information across systems was increasingly tedious and time-consuming.

"MagentaEINS Business" - a service package that combines fixed network, mobile communications and cloud applications. Business customers can combine an IP-based Telekom fixed network contract with a current mobile phone contract (basic monthly charge at least EUR 25.17 net) to create their own individual



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