Deutsche Telekom to build a 5G campus network for the Werner-von-Siemens-Centre in Berlin

Deutsche Telekom builds a 5G campus network for the Werner-von-Siemens-Centre in Berlin.

  • Campus network for industry-related development in Berlin
  • Network for industrial innovation

(PRESS RELEASE) BONN, 24-Aug-2021 — /EuropaWire/ — Deutsche Telekom (ETR: DTE), one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies and the largest telecommunications provider in Europe by revenue, has announced it will build a 5G campus network in Berlin for the Werner-von-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science e.V., a dynamic research cooperation supported by federal and state funds. Here, industry, research institutions (including TU Berlin and Fraunhofer) as well as small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups are working on practical solutions for companies.

In the 5G thematic area of the Future Factory Hub, Telekom is building a 5G Campus network. Here, applications for autonomous production logistics are being researched and tested. The goal is to quickly transfer solutions based on 5G and edge computing into the production technology practice of companies. The project is funded by the Berlin Senate.

“We are pleased to be able to support research and development of innovative industrial solutions based on ultra-fast mobile communications and edge computing,” explained Lutz Schneider, responsible for solutions for autonomous logistics at T-Systems. “We are interested in making these modern technologies practically usable for companies, for example to speed up internal logistical processes in production.” Telekom is already building so-called campus networks for companies. These control networked machines, robots and autonomous transport vehicles. T Systems, Deutsche Telekom’s corporate customer division, also provides a special cloud computing solution, known as EdgAir, if required. This allows data processing and analysis on site in the customer’s IT environment. Latency times for transferring data to a central cloud are eliminated. This allows innovative technologies such as edge analytics, local artificial intelligence or augmented reality / virtual reality to be realized.

Media contact:

Frank Leibiger
Head of Communication Cloud Computing
+49 228 181 49494

SOURCE: Deutsche Telekom AG



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