Deutsche Telekom

  • Deutsche Telekom defends record on expanding broadband services

    Germany's Deutsche Telekom has defended its record on expanding broadband services, after the country's digital focus became a hot topic leading up to the federal election campaign. Deutsche Telekom has focused on upgrading its copper network with new VDSL techniques, and some have criticized the company for not investing more in full fiber networks (FTTH).

  • European Commission approves connectivity boost for rural Germany

    The European Commission has endorsed under EU state aid rules three German virtual access products that will allow the use of so-called vectoring technology in state funded high speed broadband networks. This will boost connectivity in rural areas, whilst maintaining competition in the Single Market.

  • SK Telecom partners with transportation authority on 5G self-driving project

    South Korea's telecommunication's incumbent SK Telecom is in collaboration with the Korean Transportation Safety Authority (KOTSA) on an innovative self-driving project.

  • T-Mobile Austria selects Huawei’s OTN solution for high capacity transport network

    T-Mobile Austria, a Deutsche Telekom company, has selected Huawei's OTN solution for its planned metro WDM and backbone WDM. The projects are intended to build a next-generation large-capacity WDM transport network with leading performance to support the growth of network traffic and services of T-Mobile Austria over the next five years.

  • ZTE, Deutsche Telekom partnership develops smarter and safer cars

    ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, has developed the new smart adapter CarConnect in cooperation with Deutsche Telekom. The device now appears in a completely revised version. In addition to faster access to mobile Internet, drivers are offered new functionalities and more security.