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Telekom is expanding its IoT service portal to include Brazil

  • Telekom with a strong IoT presence in the USA, Europe and China
  • Together with Embratel, T-Systems is bringing IoT connectivity to Brazil
  • T-Systems becomes Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) in Brazil

The advancing digitization of our society is already changing many processes in professional and private life. The most important requirement here: Digitization must be simple, usable everywhere and secure. Modern Telekom technologies and network infrastructures help to network machines, cars and countless other things in the Internet of Things (IoT).

After Europe, the USA and China, Telekom is now also making managing the Internet of Things (IoT) in Brazil easy. The Telekom subsidiary T-Systems and Embratel, a leading IT and telecommunications company in Brazil, are cooperating to offer business customers IoT and network services in the Brazilian market. In the future, T-Systems will use the Claro network in Brazil and will thus become a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

"We want to make digitization easy globally, because the international demand for intelligently managed IoT services is great. That is why Telekom works closely with partners such as Embratel in Brazil," says Ingo Hofacker, who is responsible for the IoT business at Telekom . "Thanks to the cooperation, our customers from all over the world can now use their M2M products in Brazil seamlessly, securely and in compliance with the law with our IoT service portal."

IoT operation worldwide in various industries

More and more companies from the automotive, energy, health and transport sectors are active internationally and are faced with the challenge of integrating local IoT solutions into global IT systems. Deutsche Telekom's IoT service portal was specially developed for these requirements and offers connectivity and services around the globe. In the future, companies will be able to integrate their IoT devices quickly and easily into central company systems in order to read consumption data in real time or to remotely control machines and monitor their operation.

Deutsche Telekom's IoT service portal enables business customers to operate and control machine-to-machine communication (M2M) in real time. This enables users to activate, block or deactivate M2M cards, change functions and track them with the corresponding data plans and transfer volumes. In order to control the data transfer, separate warning messages with automatic notifications are set for each card. The web portal is accessible via a secure Internet connection and can be easily integrated into existing IT environments via application programming interfaces (APIs).

“The partnership gives T-Systems access to the best technology on the market. With the support of Embratel, T-Systems will have connectivity and network quality to support the IoT operation of its global customers in Brazil, "says Marcello Miguel, responsible for Marketing & Business at Embratel.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the biggest drivers of digitization and has arrived in almost all industries. But the challenges are complex. Only concrete experience, practical technologies and orientation help. Telekom brings everything for the Internet of Things: We advise, build the networks, manage the devices and ensure security. We will show you all of this during our IoT week from 22.-26. January 2018. Follow us on www.telekom.com/iot2018 and under # IoT2018.

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