At the Managed Services World Congress 2013. We asked Thomas Nienaber, Vice President Managed Services Technology Europe from Deutsche Telekom for his views on the evolving market. http://www.ericsson.com/news/131217-customer-insights-on-managed-services_244129226_c [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Sprint is looking to make an offer to acquire T-Mobile US as Deutsche Telekom AG—which owns majority of T-Mobile US—is planning to leave the U.S. It is unclear if anti-trust regulators will allow the acquisition to go through, as an AT&T attempt at acquiring T-Mobile failed previously. Show More Summary
Sprint could be making a bid to acquire the Deutsche Telekom AG-owned T-Mobile US. According to The Wall Street Journal, discussions or plans are in their infancy, but if it... Keep reading ?
When Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said that 2014 was his company’s time to make waves, he wasn’t kidding. The Wall Street Journal reports that Sprint is preparing to make a bid to buy off T-Mobile from parent company Deutsche Telekom in the first half of 2014. Show More Summary
Mozilla, Deutsche Telekom, LG, Qualcomm, TCL/ALCATEL ONETOUCH, Telefónica, ZTE and a number of other tech companies today launched a new initiative that aims to promote the open Web device ecosystem by “encouraging API compliance asShow More Summary
Originally based in Berlin, Deutsche Telekom’s startup accelerator Hub:raum has opened offices in Krakow, Poland. What's more, this past weekend, fifteen teams from ten different European countries gathered in Poland’s second largest city to attend workshops in hopes of joining Europe’s newest accelerator.
To design the wall of the Deutsche Telekom in Berlin, Onformative used the store’s Facebook post data.
Another chapter is opening up for Twitter in its ongoing push to grow its international business: today the newly-public company is kicking off a strategic partnership with Deutsche Telekom, the German carrier that owns T-Mobile and serves some 140 million mobile and 31 million fixed-line subscribers across Europe and the U.S.
Twitter and Deutsche Telekom have announced a partnership today that helps Twitter get in front of even more people while providing further support
T-Mobile customers in parts of Europe will get home screen widget in 2014 Twitter and Deutsche Telekom, the German telecommunications giant behind T-Mobile, have entered into a strategic partnership that'll give the microblogging service more prominence on certain T-Mobile Android devices in parts of Europe. Show More Summary
Even if Twitter is by far not the most used and successful social media service in Germany, Deutsche Telekom today announced that it have agreed with Twitter to partner up. With more than 230 million users, Twitter is one of the most popular social media companies in the world. Show More Summary
Twitter has formed a strategic partnership with German mobile operator Deutsche Telekom, which will result in the operator offering a tweaked user experience for the social network on its devices.... Keep reading ?
Twitter has inked its first strategic partnership with a carrier that doesn't involve subsidized data. It will surely be a boost for the microblogging platform in Germany, where it is weak, but the benefits for Deutsche Telekom are less clear.
Deutsche Telekom is the first to the gate and the demand is there, but a high price could mean slow adoption of the "secure mobile platform."
Duetsche Telekom's T-Systems IT division will lay off about 7.5 percent, or 4,000 employees, according to Reuters, which cited an unnamed source.
Mozilla kicked off a second round of Firefox OS launches starting in October with Deutsche Telekom’s Congstar in Germany. Followed by a wave of launches in Latin America in October, Firefox OS phones have also launched in more European...Show More Summary
Deutsche Telekom is nearing an agreement to sell a 70 percent stake in its Scout24 Holding digital-classifieds business to Hellman & Friedman, according to people familiar with the auction.
Telecommunications operator "Beeline" and company Deutsche Telekom, International Carrier Sales & Solutions (ICSS) announced the interworking peering networks IPX. Thanks to the IPX connection with Deutsche Telekom «Beeline" was technically...Show More Summary
Deutsche Telekom has begun offering its VDSL2 service to customers in the first 10 communities in its operating territory. Initially supporting up to 50 Mbps, the telco will implement vectoring on its copper lines to offer up to 100 Mbps in the second half of 2014.
Recent revelations about NSA spying have given fresh impetus to the dream of a purely German Internet. Deutsche Telekom believes it could introduce a system safe from prying foreign surveillance, but some criticize the plan as pointless.Even before it emerged that the National Security Agency had wiretapped her...