Deutsche Telekom has opened its first production site in the Hungarian capital, Budapest.
It will be ready to run the first services for all European subsidiaries by the end of 2016.
Two more production sites will be opened during 2017 in Poland and Greece and will, together with the one in Hungary, form the backend of Deutsche Telekom’s future infrastructure in Europe.
Deutsche Telekom says that within its pan-European network, individual services like SMS, voicemail or e-mail will be provided for all countries in the form of product building-block modules. Each country will be able to put these building blocks together in ways that result in offerings that address the demands of local markets.
Furthermore, the new structure will enable Deutsche Telekom to offer newly developed services throughout Europe within just a few days.
In short, each country will be able to take a “pick and choose” approach when putting its portfolio together.