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Please find opinion pieces, sponsored articles, newsletter articles, white papers and advertorials as well as press releases and partner releases about Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier in the news list below.
WCA 2018: We’ve won yet another honor, this time the highly acclaimed Innovation Award for Operators, with our European Aviation Network (EAN) solution.
Carriers have had time to digest the explosion in traffic since the EU introduced the Roam-like-at-Home regulation, so how have they dealt with impact?
Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier is the proud recipient of not one, not two, but three awards at the Global Carrier Awards in London.
At a keynote panel discussion during Capacity Europe 2018, telco leaders spoke about upcoming technology trends and its impact on the wholesale business.
Deutsche Telekom, recently deployed Ciena’s WaveLogic Ai to strengthen bandwidth services and reach longer distances across Deutsche Telekom’s network.
October 22, 2018, Bonn, Germany. The international wholesale arm of Deutsche Telekom today announced the adoption of a new name: Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier.
With a new name and new energy, we’re focusing on future-proof solutions and the best customer experience. While providing seamless global connectivity.
Read in this Capacity interview with our Bertold Frech, how Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier is making its carrier enterprise offering fit for future requirements.
Telekom has once again won the renowned Readers’ Choice Award from the IT security platform Security Insider in the category of DDoS Protection Services!
Deutsche Telekom has won the APEX Cool Award! Our Inflight App was chosen as the ‘coolest’ innovation by the attendees of the APEX Expo in Boston.
DT's international wholesale division was again honored at the Carriers World Awards. We are proud to announce our win in the ‘Best Fraud Strategy’ category.
Today, Deutsche Telekom has announced the launch of two new IP PoPs with bandwidths of several 100 gigabits per second (n x 100 Gbit/s) in Frankfurt and Berlin.