Our distinct network technologies cover all roaming needs
IPX networks and technologies are the enablers of future mobile communications. The most prominent of those developments are 5G, IoT, Big Data, VoLTE, rich communication and blockchain. At the same time, IPX networks are expected to ensure the requirements of current and legacy services. That’s why DT’s IPX transport network implements different technologies for specific applications and needs.
- Fast customer response in pre and post sales
- Quick time-to-market for new customer services
- End-to-end QoS with major peering partners
- Local break-out for low latency (IoT, streaming)
- Full interoperability for 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G
- Wide range of connectivity options
- Big data analytics reporting
- Virtualized network (NFV)
- VoLTE, VoIPX, VoWi-Fi
- Fraud protection
Deutsche Telekom's robust IPX network reliably handles ever-increasing data traffic volumes. We were first in the IPX world to introduce 100G network interfaces. Our virtualized network flexibly adapts to specific customer and use case requirements. Those include traditional mobile roaming services as well as evolving business models such as IoT or Big Data. DT’s IPX transport network thus remains ever relevant, ensures best customer experience and attracts new partners to deliver and expand our network services to mobile operators and end users.
We are rapidly expanding our LTE roaming footprint through both direct LTE roaming agreements with mobile operators and through peerings with leading providers like Deutsche Telekom, which helps our mobile operator customers offer a more complete global roaming experience for their LTE subscribers. We’re very pleased to partner with Deutsche Telekom to continue to fulfill the promise of LTE globally.
Willem Offerhaus, iBasis CEO.
We are happy to work together with Deutsche Telekom. In terms of innovative solutions, the company is in a leading position - we can jointly move forward in the all IP world and are ready for the future to support the increase in mobile and fixed data traffic!
Joseph Glod, Deputy CEO, P&T Luxembourg