Case Studies / References
Companies are facing the challenge of storing and analysing large amounts of data. Capacity needs to grow tenfold in order to cope with future demand. Find out how cloud storage provides a flexible, cost-effective solution.
If things are going badly for the bees, then that also harms humans and the environment. The startup BeeAndme uses IoT to monitor beehives and provide a safe home for bees.
Germany’s Corona-Warn-App is the most used tracing app in the world. The technical infrastructure is provided from data centers in the middle of Germany. This was one of the basic requirements that the German government stipulated to the development partners SAP and Telekom.
Digitalization is changing the media world: blockchain, artificial intelligence and virtual reality require scalable and economical IT infrastructures from the cloud. For the first time, the Open Telekom Cloud was a guest at MEDIENTAGE MÜNCHEN, Europe's largest media congress.
Not all videos are the same: With Hiscale, companies will be able to transcode their film material into any target format using resources from the Open Telekom Cloud. That not only means maximum security. It also solves a problem that companies have with a particular US provider.
In the future, the film industry and IT systems will increasingly merge. For example, the new volumetric video studio in Babelsberg Media City produces around 1.6 terabytes of video per minute. Public cloud services such as the Open Telekom Cloud are available to process the data volumes.
Thanks to a new technology, viewers will consume moving images in a completely different way than they do today. It's made possible by innovative studio technology and computing power from the cloud. A conversation about the future of film with a film expert and a cloud expert.
Robots, AI or the Cloud: Digital tools are taking over medicine. How doctors and patients are benefiting from digitalization
Anyone wanting to work with satellite data previously needed lots of storage space and processing power. T-Systems is making data from ESA’s Copernicus program publicly available in the cloud.