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Qivicon smart home platform selected by Entega

Thursday 6 February 2014 | 14:53 CET | News
Deutsche Telekom's Qivicon smart home platform has won a new customer from the German energy sector - the country's second largest green electricity provider Entega. The energy company has selected the Qivicon platform to develop and market new products. It is the second German energy company, after EnBW, to sign up for the platform.

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