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January 07, 2013

Major order for Europe.

The European aerospace group, EADS, has given T-Systems the order to operate around 150,000 PC workstation systems at more than 100 locations in Europe.
By awarding the provision of the desktop services for all the group subsidiaries to a single service provider, EADS intends to drive forward the construction of a standardized IT infrastructure. And so T-Systems is taking on the operation of the PC workstations for the EADS subsidiaries, Airbus, Cassidian and Eurocopter. True, the Telekom subsidiary will provide a large part of the services remotely from a location in Spain, but for the on-site services, desktop specialists will be ready at every location. They will assist in cases of hardware failure or with planned roll-outs of new devices. The Telekom subsidiary has already been working for many years as an ICT service provider for the aerospace group.

Standardized desktop services across Europe

With T-Systems, EADS is backing a partner which provides a standardized service for all European locations. Deutsche Telekom Board Member Reinhard Clemens says: "The major deal from EADS will reinforce our position in the European ICT market. It also shows that our international growth is on course for success.”

Leading aerospace company in the world

EADS is a worldwide market leader in aerospace and in the defense field. In addition to Airbus, the group also includes Cassidian, supplier of solutions for armed forces and civilian security, and Eurocopter, the largest manufacturer of helicopters for civilian use in the world. EADS is also the largest partner in the Eurofighter consortium. EADS is present in Europe with locations in 17 countries. In Germany alone, EADS and its subsidiary companies have 30 branches, including the final assembly line for the A318, A319 and A321 in Hamburg and the German EADS head office in Munich.

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