IoT cross-platform by the Deutsche Telekom also known as “House of Clouds”
The German company has created a cross-platform IoT on its data center in the cloud “House of Clouds” that hosts different platforms such as Microsoft Azure, Cisco Fog etc.
Deutsche Telekom is a provider of telecommunications and information technology services. Offering everything from wireless communication, cloud services and computing, and networks, to complex telecommunications and IT solutions; as well as vehicle services and smart homes. Deutsche Telekom focuses on broadband and broadband Networks, businesses, and mobile communications; serving the automotive, financial, transport and public sectors. In Latin America, the company operates through T-Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary.
Deutsche Telekom cloud: The German company has created a cross-platform IoT on its data center in the cloud “House of Clouds” that hosts different platforms such as Microsoft Azure, Cisco Fog etc.
Deutsche Telekom launches an IoT multiplatform, with Microsoft, Cisco as partners. The German company offers a solution so that different standards and platforms can coexist without this being an obstacle for the business development of the Internet of Things (IoT).
The IoT multiplatform, House of Clouds, will combine different IoT platforms from well-known providers and will allow an integral and independent use from the different devices of its solutions in the cloud. Initially, it will have Microsoft’s Azure IoT Suite, followed by Cisco Fog and Huawei’s IoT platform.
The multiplatform in the cloud plays the role of interpreter and distributor, storing data from a variety of hardware, such as sensors and machinery, sending them through gateways to the platform chosen for processing. Deutsche Telekom operates the platforms as a data manager. All data is subject to the stringent privacy and data protection laws in force in Germany. Only the authorized users of the IoT multiplatform have access to the data, together with the T-Systems operator.
Deutsche Telekom also offers full-service IoT packages to provide companies with a qualitative leap with respect to the internet of things. The standard package for predictive maintenance, for example, includes sensors to analyze the conditions of the machine, connectivity to transmit the data to the cloud, access to the IoT platform itself, and the presentation of data in a panel. Web-based control. In the coming months, this standard package will be reinforced with a data analysis service. In fact, several elevator manufacturers are already using this predictive maintenance solution for their systems.
According to the latest study on the Internet of Things (IoT) prepared by Machina Research, Deutsche Telekom is one of the leaders among the providers of this service. The company specialized in market analysis evaluated IoT offers from 17 international telecommunications providers and gave Deutsche Telekom top marks for its end-to-end approach. Some of the most outstanding characteristics of the Deutsche Telekom IoT offer listed by Machina Research are the offer of a multi-platform cloud service with strategic partnerships and industrial IoT solutions, as well as its network, integration and consulting services. single source.
Deutsche Bank analysts estimated that, for its part, Microsoft cloud services are encompassed around One Drive and Azure. The company led by Staya Nadella is focusing more and more the company towards this business of the ‘cloud’, in particular, the tools it can offer to companies in this field, such as the acquisition of LinkedIn. Now, you can provide tools and applications more personalized and complete in the professional field.
Google decided to enter the cloud business later, so it is one step behind Microsoft, however, its ‘cloud’ has managed to add users at a good pace. Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is on the heels of Apple as the most valuable listed company, in large part due to the benefits generated by the cloud, although the Internet giant continues to rely heavily on advertising revenues.
In particular, what all these companies are dedicated to is renting space in remote servers to store information. In a scenario in which technological trends revolve around mobile devices, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and ‘big data’, it is estimated that the demand for these services will continue to skyrocket, and, therefore, expanding the revenues of Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Samsung AWS could bill 16,000 million dollars in 2017. To achieve this, the great asset that remains is that it also offers its services, precisely to the great rival of Samsung in the battle for the ‘Smartphone’. According to the calculations of the experts, the company of the bitten apple spends about 1,000 million dollars (890 million Euros) per year in this ‘cloud’ — although it also uses the clouds of Microsoft.