Discover our World of Global Wholesale Innovation
A fast-paced telco industry requires quick answers to new and upcoming technologies. That need can only be met with the flexibility and creativity – to swiftly bring innovative solutions to the market. So that’s what we’re doing. By transforming how we work and what we work on, in the areas of security, connectivity, messaging, IoT and lots more. With our world of GLOBAL WHOLESALE INNOVATION.
The A2P SMS market is booming. According to some studies, in 2020 yields of 70 billion dollars will be reached. Since A2P communication happens directly between applications and subscribers, any service disruptions can have devastating business results. That’s why it’s crucial for A2P messages to be delivered reliably and securely – without undesired traffic blocking networks. Read what Matija Percan, Business Development Manager Messaging at Deutsche Telekom, says about the growing importance of A2P messaging, why it needs added safety protection, and what Deutsche Telekom is doing to support that challenge.
Today, with increasing dependence on digital connectivity, we are more vulnerable than ever to cyberattacks and fraud. To prevent operational disruption and potential loss of revenue and customers, it’s important to be proactive about ensuring the security of your assets. In an executive interview, Stephan Schroeder, Vice President Internet & Content at Deutsche Telekom, explains how to safeguard against increasing security threats with DT’s recently expanded 360°security portfolio. This comprehensive solution defends against SS7 vulnerabilities, provides secure mobile access, combats voice fraud, mitigates DDoS attacks, and much more.
The European Aviation Network (EAN) is a one-of-a-kind network and a true innovation. It brings high-speed internet access to passengers flying over Europe – and delivers a “like-at-home” broadband experience in the sky. Its unrivalled performance was made possible by integrating satellite and LTE-based ground technology. EAN was cooperatively developed with partners including satellite provider Inmarsat. Deutsche Telekom was responsible for the almost 300 LTE stations installed across Europe. Airlines benefit from a cost-efficient, scalable Wi-Fi solution that caters to the growing desires and expectations of their customers.
The IoT market is booming and there seems to be no end in sight. While this provides a myriad of opportunities for telco operators, it also creates challenges. Many IoT devices must function 24/7, across borders or even with access to permanent roaming. Together with the advances in artificial intelligence and machine-to-machine learning, an automated world is fast becoming the norm. All that calls for more business intelligence, a reinvention of processes and quicker reactions to new technologies. Deutsche Telekom is ready for this new industry-wide reality by streamlining systems, partnering for faster launches and looking at completely new ways of creating benefit for our clients.
Learn more about the importance of IPX for the telco industry – today as well as in years to come. In an exciting Total Telecom interview, Christian Wollner, Head of Product Management Mobile World at Deutsche Telekom, gives an update on the current state of IPX technology. He also discusses the significance of IPX in the fast-growing IoT landscape. Will IPX pave the way for unfolding technologies such as M2M or 5G? Why should IPX become the natural facilitator for IoT? Is IoT the big driver behind the growth that we see in IPX?
There will be key changes to the global wholesale market as we know it. That’s why we’re working on innovations that will enable a secure future for our clients,
says Rolf Nafziger, SVP of Deutsche Telekom’s International Wholesale Business Unit.