Deutsche Telekom announces new smart home partners

Tuesday 13 August 2013 | 15:18 CET | News
Deutsche Telekom has announced five new partners for the Qivicon smart home platform, boosting the total number of partners to 24. Qivicon will present its first applications at the IFA exhibition in Berlin, with other solutions to be unveiled in the autumn. The new partners are Solon Energy, D-Link, Bitron Home, Plexa and Urmet ATE.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Deutsche Telekom / D-Link
Countries: Germany
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