With a footprint in more than 20 countries, 37,900 employees, and external revenue of 6.8 billion euros (2019), T-Systems is one of the world's leading vendor independent providers of digital services headquartered in Europe.
T-Systems is partnering its customers as they address the digital transformation. The compa-ny offers integrated solutions for business customers. The Deutsche Telekom subsidiary of-fers one-stop shopping: from the secure operation of legacy systems and classical ICT ser-vices, the transition to cloud-based services (including international networks, tailored infra-structure, platforms and software) as well as new business models and innovation projects in the Internet of Things. T-Systems can provide all this thanks to its global reach in fixed-network and mobile communications, its highly secure data centers, a comprehensive cloud ecosystem built around standardized platforms and global partnerships, and the ability to offer top levels of security.
Cloud solutions transport the data from myriad sources and sensors safely to T-Systems' data centers, where our corporate customers can use the accumulated information for analysis. That provides a firm foundation for both new and existing business models. Customers want to use the se-cure German cloud. be it as a reaction to current political events, scandals over eavesdrop-ping or Internet crime. That is why Deutsche Telekom has developed a cloud ecosystem over the years that conforms to Germany's strict data privacy laws. This cloud ecosystem already comprises as many as 150 partner solutions. The business has long achieved its cloud revenues through its private cloud sales alone (that is through specialized solutions provided especially for a single customer). Now, however, proprietary public-cloud applica-tions such as the Open Telekom Cloud are making headway.
Deutsche Telekom is constantly refining its net infrastructure as the motor of digitization and invests billions of euros for this purpose every year.
The Internet Protocol (IP) is increasingly becoming the technical basis. Next-generation networks (NGN) and all-IP networks make it possible for companies to offer their services and applications over the Internet using new business models.
A series of innovations for fixed network and mobile communications form the basis of this integrated network strategy.
Smart parking is one example of how the interplay of the cloud and networks are making IoT capable of real-time operation. The system has been introduced in 2018 in Hamburg, Germany to simplify the search for parking spaces in the city. Car drivers are now able to to find, reserve and pay for vacant parking spaces, through a T-Systems app. To achieve this, the city council and its service providers have digitized a total of 11,000 public parking spaces. On-street sensors send information to drivers' smartphones on where vacant parking spaces can be found. What makes digitization projects live and breathe is scalability. This is why Deutsche Telekom is developing its smart parking offer across the entire country. Numerous city councils across Germany have expressed interest in the new parking solution and many cities intend to introduce it.
Cloud computing, mobile solutions and big data all pose entirely new challenges for IT security. What is more, cyberattacks on corporate networks and IT systems are getting ever more sophisticated and have become a huge threat to the economy. Data privacy and data security are thus crucial criteria for success in all technical developments. That is why Deutsche Telekom established the “Telekom Security” business unit under the umbrella of T-Systems. Telekom Security concentrates all the company’s security activities and channels the experience of its some 1,400 security experts. The Group is doing everything it can to protect its own ICT systems and networks from Internet-based attacks. Furthermore, it offers customers – from citizen to corporation – new security solutions. To this end, Deutsche Telekom continuously adapt its Magenta Security portfolio to changing requirements. Furthermore, Telekom Security operates its own integrated Cyber Defense and Security Operation Center (SOC) in Bonn. The new defense center is one of the largest and most modern in Europe.
To ensure your company can also stay on the button, we design an integrated portfolio for you with our four constant focus points of connectivity, digitalization, cloud and infrastructure, and security.
In this way, we can support your company's transformation with high-performing assets: for a real, end-to-end, and scalable digitalization process.
Our areas of expertise represent a varied ecosystem of manufacturers and providers that can help you to build on existing technologies as a stable foundation and integrate new ones successfully. Thanks to the right orchestrations and various optimized cloud applications, we can develop individual digital solutions with you that can progress your business.