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Deutsche Telekom launches M2M developer community portal

Deutsche Telekom launches M2M developer community portal

A new community portal has been launched by Deutsche Telekom's Developer Garden for developers of machine to machine (M2M) applications.

The community is designed to offers developers access to tools such as APIs, programming guidelines and software development kits to help them develop and sell applications for the Internet of Things easily and quickly.

It also allows developers to exchange information and ideas with other community members through discussion forums.

"Our M2M Developer Community is designed to serve as a central point of contact and exchange for M2M developers globally," commented Rainer Deutschmann, senior vp of core telco products at Deutsche Telekom's digital business unit. "Following the foundation of Deutsche Telekom's M2M Competence Centre and the launches of the Global M2M Association, our Partner Program and the M2M Marketplace, the M2M Developer Community is now a further stepping stone in executing our global M2M strategy."

Visit the portal at: www.developergarden.com/m2m/home

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Simon Fogg

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