Deutsche Telekom will be showcasing at Hannover Messe 2016 its new Cloud Fieldbus service within the framework of the Cloud of Things
Companies simply need to connect their machinery and equipment using a special mobile communications gateway and then register them via the Cloud of Things user interface. In the past this always required a huge amount of programming. Now companies can use the platform to access their machinery and equipment along with stored data in a matter of minutes.
All of which makes it much easier for small and medium-sized enterprises in particular to embrace the digital economy. Instead of investing in inhouse hardware and software as well as integration, they can flexibly add on the solution at a fixed price per machine. Deutsche Telekom hosts the Cloud of Things in its powerful, secure data centers, making the solution highly scalable. Small and medium-sized enterprises can thus start with a pilot project and then gradually digitize their business.
Cockpit for the digital revolution
Deutsche Telekom initially presented the Cloud of Things at CeBIT 2015. Companies can control their machinery via the platform and also access all operating data. Routine work such as machine maintenance can be completed remotely with ease. In the event of problems such as serious wear and tear, the platform immediately notifies a technician. The open programming interfaces also allows companies to incorporate the platform seamlessly into the existing IT environment, thus simplifying their business processes.
Deutsche Telekom is augmenting the Cloud of Things with Cloud Fieldbus, together with its partner Cumolocity, making the Internet of Things easily accessible for small and medium-sized enterprises.
About Deutsche Telekom
Deutsche Telekom is one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies with more than 156 million mobile customers, 29 million fixed-network lines and around 18 million broadband lines (as of December 31, 2015). The Group provides fixed-network/broadband, mobile communications, Internet and Internet-based TV products and services for consumers, and ICT solutions for business customers and corporate customers. Deutsche Telekom is present in more than 50 countries and has around 225,200 employees worldwide. The Group generated revenues of 69.2 billion euros in the 2015 financial year – around 64 percent of it outside Germany.
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