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Encyclopedia > Deutsche Telekom
Deutsche Telekom AG
Type Public (ISIN: DE0005557508, FWB: DTE, NYSE: DT, LSE: DEU, TYO: 9496)
Founded 1996
Headquarters Flag of Germany Bonn, Germany
Key people René Obermann, Chairman & CEO
Products Fixed telephone
Mobile telephone
Broadband, Internet services
IT/Network services
Revenue €61,3 billion EUR (2006)
Slogan "Hallo Zukunft!"
(German: "Hello future!")
Website www.telekom.de
DTAG corporate headquarters, Bonn
DTAG corporate headquarters, Bonn

Deutsche Telekom AG (ISIN: DE0005557508, FWB: DTE, NYSE: DT, LSE: DEU, TYO: 9496) (English translation: German Telecom) (abbreviated DTAG) is a telecommunications company headquartered in Bonn, Germany. It is the largest telecommunications company in Germany and in the EU. Image File history File links Question_book-3. ... Aktiengesellschaft (IPA: ; abbreviated AG) is a German term that refers to a corporation that is limited by shares, i. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... An International Securities Identifying Number (ISIN) uniquely identifies a security. ... The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (outside) The DAX chart (inside) The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (German: FWB® Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse) is a stock exchange located in Frankfurt, Germany. ... The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), nicknamed the Big Board, is a New York City-based stock exchange. ... The Source by Greyworld, in the new LSE building Paternoster Square. ... The Tokyo Stock Exchange ), or TSE, is one of the largest stock exchange markets in the world by monetary volume located in Tokyo, Japan, second only to the New York Stock Exchange. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_Germany. ... Historic Town Hall of Bonn (view from the market square). ... Look up revenue in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... For other uses, see Euro (disambiguation). ... Look up slogan in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... A website (alternatively, Web site or web site) is a collection of Web pages, images, videos or other digital assets that is hosted on one or several Web server(s), usually accessible via the Internet, cell phone or a LAN. A Web page is a document, typically written in HTML... Download high resolution version (1000x736, 168 KB) Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Download high resolution version (1000x736, 168 KB) Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Historic Town Hall of Bonn (view from the market square). ... Aktiengesellschaft (IPA: ; abbreviated AG) is a German term that refers to a corporation that is limited by shares, i. ... An International Securities Identifying Number (ISIN) uniquely identifies a security. ... The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (outside) The DAX chart (inside) The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (German: FWB® Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse) is a stock exchange located in Frankfurt, Germany. ... The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), nicknamed the Big Board, is a New York City-based stock exchange. ... The Source by Greyworld, in the new LSE building Paternoster Square. ... The Tokyo Stock Exchange ), or TSE, is one of the largest stock exchange markets in the world by monetary volume located in Tokyo, Japan, second only to the New York Stock Exchange. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Telecommunication involves the transmission of signals over a distance for the purpose of communication. ... Historic Town Hall of Bonn (view from the market square). ... Telecommunication involves the transmission of signals over a distance for the purpose of communication. ...


Deutsche Telekom was formed in 1996 as the former state-owned monopoly Deutsche Bundespost was privatized. As of 2005, the German government still holds a 15.7% stake in company stock directly, and another 14% through the government bank KfW. 4.5% of the company is owned by the Private equity firm Blackstone Group. Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... This article needs copyediting (checking for proper English spelling, grammar, usage, tone, style, and voice). ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) is a development bank based in Frankfurt, Germany. ... Private equity is a broad term that refers to any type of equity investment in an asset in which the equity is not freely tradable on a public stock market. ... Blackstone Group L.P. (NYSE: BX) is a prominent private equity and investment management firm founded in 1985 by Peter G. Peterson and Stephen A. Schwarzman. ...


The former CEO Kai-Uwe Ricke was ousted by the board of the company because of slumping sales and the flight of customers to cheaper competitors. More than 1.5 million customers changed to rival companies during 2005 and 2006 and as a result, Deutsche Telekom laid off more than 30,000 workers. The new CEO was announced on November 12, 2006 after a long-night board session: René Obermann, the former CEO of T-Mobile International. is the 316th day of the year (317th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... T-Mobile logo T-Mobile is a multinational mobile phone operator. ...


The predecessor of Ricke, Ron Sommer, was ousted because of the drop of the share of the Deutsche Telekom in 2002. On the height of the "dot-com-bubble", the share was over 100€ and fell significantly to about 12€/share during a couple of months. Sommer said that "he had some opinion-based difficulties between him and board of the Telekom". Also see: 2002 (number). ...

Contents

Holdings

All subsidiaries of Deutsche Telekom have names starting with "T-".

  • T-Home (formerly T-Com), a legacy telephone and fixed network carrier and IPTV operator
    • T-Online, an internet service provider (ISP)
  • T-Mobile, a mobile phone provider
  • T-Systems, a business division focused on providing to large customers

A new Group structure was introduced on January 1, 2005, Deutsche Telekom has merged the two organizational business units of T-Com and T-Online into the Broadband/Fixed Network (BBFN) strategic business area. With around 40 million narrowband lines, over 9 million broadband lines and 14 million registered Internet customers, the Broadband/Fixed Network business area is one of the largest providers in Europe. R&D is now driven by Deutsche Telekom Laboratories (T-Labs). This article is about internet protocol television. ... Headquarters in Darmstadt T-Online, a subsidiary of the Deutsche Telekom, is the biggest internet service provider in Germany. ... T-Mobile logo T-Mobile is a multinational mobile phone operator. ... T-Systems is one of Europe’s leading providers of information and communications technology. ...


Deutsche Telekom also holds substantial shares in other telecom companies, including Central European subsidiaries T-Slovak Telekom (Slovakia), Magyar Telekom (Hungary), and T-Hrvatski Telekom (Croatia), which are now fully consolidated into T-Com/T-Home. Furthermore, Magyar Telekom holds majority shares in Orbitel (Bulgaria), Combridge (Romania), MakTel (Republic of Macedonia), and T-Crnogorski Telekom (Montenegro) all of which have also been rebranded and included under the T-Com/T-Home umbrella. Slovak Telekom logo, February 2006-present. ... The Magyar Telekom logo. ... T-Hrvatski Telekom (T-HT; T-Croatian Telecom) is the national telecommunications company in Croatia. ... Deutsche Telekom logo Orbitel is Bulgarias largest alternative wireline telecommunications and Internet service provider with national licenses for voice and data. ... For an explanation of terms related to Macedonia, see Macedonia (terminology). ... Crnogorski Telekom (NEX: TECG) is the leading telecommunications operator in Montenegro. ... This article is about the country in Europe. ...


Facilities

A list of transmission facilities follows.


TV Towers/Telecommunication towers

The following facilities are free standing TV Towers - some of which have publicly accessible observation decks.

The television tower of Berlin 02/2004 The Fernsehturm (German for Television Tower) is a television tower in the center of Berlin, Germany. ... The Fernmeldeturm Berlin (Telecommunication Tower Berlin) is a telecommunication tower on the Schaefer mountain in Berlin-Wannsee. ... Bremen-Watte Telecommunication Tower Bremen-Walle Telecommunication Tower (official designation of Bremen TV tower), which is not accessible for the public, is, just like the telecommunication tower at Münster and the Friedrich-Clemens-Gerke Tower in Cuxhaven, a reproduction of the telecommunication tower Kiel (draft: Architect dipl. ... This article needs to be wikified. ... Heinrich-Hertz-Turm The Heinrich-Hertz-Turm (named after the German physicist and Hamburg-born Heinrich Hertz) is a radio telecommunication tower and a famous landmark of Hamburg, Germany. ... The Florianturm (Florian Tower, Florian for short) is a landmark of Dortmund (Germany). ... Rheinturm At night, showing the clock The Rheinturm Düsseldorf is a 240. ... Telecommunication Tower Bungsberg (also called Fernmeldeturm Schönwalde) is a 179 metre tall telecommunication tower built of reinforced concrete on Bungsberg Mountain, the highest mountain of Schleswig-Holstein (elevation: 168 metres), near Schönwalde am Bungsberg. ... The Fernmeldeturm Kiel (Telecommunication Tower Kiel) is the modern landmark of Kiel completed in 1972. ... Colonius Colonius is the name of the Cologne telecommunications tower, which was finished in 1981. ... The Sender Brocken (Brocken transmitter) is a facility for FM- and TV-transmitters on Brocken Mountain in Germany. ... Hünenburg Telecommunication Tower is a 164 metres tall telecommunicatio tower of Deutsche Telekom AG on Hüneburg near Bielefeld, which was built in 1972 as replacement for a smaller telecommunication tower, built in 1952, which is today used as observation tower. ... The Fernsehturm Kulpenburg is a 94 metre high telecommunication tower on the 477 metre high Kulpenberg mountain in Thuringia, Germany. ... The Television tower and the village Wachwitz next to the Elbe The Fernsehturm Dresden-Wachwitz is a TV tower in Dresden, Germany. ... The Fernsehturm Schwerin-Zippendorf is a 136. ... Europaturm The Europaturm (or European Tower) is a 337. ... The Fernmeldeturm Nürnberg The Nuernberg telecommunication tower, also called Nuernberger Ei (Egg of Nuremberg) because of its egg-shaped tower basket in 185 metres, is 292 meters high and was built between 1975 and 1977. ... Fernmeldeturm Mannheim The Fernmeldeturm Mannheim is a 204. ... Heubach Telecommunication Tower Heubach Telecommunication Tower is a 162 metre tall telecommunication tower of Deutsche Telekom AG on Glasenberg at Heubach in Baden-Württemberg ( Geographical coordinates: ). It is used for directional radio, mobile radio, police and fire brigade radio also used for FM- and TV transmission. ... The Fernmeldeturm Münster (Telecommunication Tower Münster) is the modern landmark of Münster completed in 1985/86. ... Fernmeldeturm Frauenkopf on the left and Funkturm Stuttgart on the right The Stuttgarter Fernmeldeturm (Stuttgart Telecommunication Tower)is a reinforced concrete tower for radio relay, UKW and TV transmitting services tower at Stuttgart-Frauenkopf ( Geographical coordinates: 48° 45 53 N, 9° 12 26 E). ... Olympiaturm The Olympiaturm in Olympiapark, Munich has an overall height of 291 m and a weight of 52,500 tonnes. ... Jakobsberg Telecommunication Tower Jakobsberg Telecommunication Tower is a 142 metre tall TV tower built of reinforced concrete on the 238 metre high elevated Jakobs Mountain ( Jakobsberg) near Porta Westfalica. ... Friedrich-Clemens-Gerke Tower Friedrich-Clemens-Gerke Tower is a 230 metre tall telecommunication tower of reinforced concrete at Cuxhaven in Germany. ... Nordschwarzwaldturm (Tower of Northern Black Forest) is the name of a 148 metre free standing steel framework tower near Schoemberg-Langenbrand at , in the Black Forest. ... Reisenbach Telecommunication Tower ( German designation: Fernmeldeturm Reisenbach) belongs to the tallest structures in the Northern parts of Baden-Württemberg and is after the two masts of Donebach longwave transmitter, which are more than twice taller, the second tallest structure of Mudau community. ... Schlemmin TV Tower is a TV tower of reinforced concrete southwest of Schlemmin, a village in the municipality of Bernitt in northern Germany. ...

Guyed masts for FM, directional radio and TV

  • Richtfunkstelle Berlin-Frohnau
  • Gartow-Höhbeck transmitter
  • Behren-Bokel Transmitter
  • FM- and TV-mast Heidelstein
  • Transmitter Torfhaus
  • Transmitter Wesel
  • Peheim transmitter
  • FM- and TV-mast Treolin
  • FM- and TV-mast Casekow
  • Bleialf transmitter
  • Heidenberg transmitter
  • TV-mast Verden

The Richtfunkstelle Berlin-Frohnau (Directional radio station Berlin-Frohnau) is a facility for directional radio services in the quater Frohnau of Berlin. ... The masts of Gartow transmitter An other view with a watch tower of the former frontier between East and West Germany in the foreground Gartow-Höhbeck transmitter is a large facility for FM- and TV-transmission in Lower-Saxony, situated behalf of the community of Gartow and Höhbeck. ... The Behren-Bokel Transmitter, also known as the Sprakensehl Transmitter is a 323-metre high guyed steel tube radio mast in Behren-Bokel near Uelzen in Lower Saxony, Germany. ... Heidelstein transmitter is a facility for FM- and TV-broadcasting on the Heidelstein mountain in Rhön. ... The FM and TV-mast Wesel is a 320 metre high guyed steel framework radio mast of the German Telecom Inc. ... Peheim transmitter is a facility of Deutsche Telekom AG for FM- and TV transmission northeast of Peheim at 52°5317 N and 7°5059 E. Peheim transmitter, which is often incorrectly named as Cloppenburg transmitter uses as antenna tower a 220 metre tall guyed lattice steel mast, which... Bleialf transmitter is a facility of the Deutsche Telekom AG on the Black Man mountain at Bleialf, Germany for FM- and TV-broadcasting. ...

Transmission facilities for long- and mediumwave

This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... The Sender Zehlendorf is a transmission facility, existing since 1936. ... Aholming transmitter is a facility for broadcasting the program of Deutschlandfunk on 207 kHz with a power of 500 kW at day and 250 kW at night between Aholming and Ottmaring in Bavaria. ... Nordkirchen transmitter Nordkirchen transmitter is a mediumwave broadcasting facility of Deutsche Telekom near Nordkirchen in Northrhine-Westphalia. ... The Transmitter Thurnau is a medium wave transmission facility for broadcasting Deutschlandfunk radio programmes, on 549 kHz, near Thurnau in Northern Bavaria, Germany. ... Aerial iew of Horgenzell with Ravensburg-Horgenzell transmitter Ravensburg-Horgenzell transmitter is a mediumwave broadcasting facility of Deutsche Telekom used for transmitting the program of Deutschlandfunk on the area of community Horgenzell nothwest of Ravensburg in Baden-Württemberg. ... The Cremlingen transmitter is a large mediumwave transmission facility established in 1962 for transmitting the program of Deutschlandfunk on 756 kHz near Cremlingen-Abbenrode. ... Ehndorf transmitter is a mediumwave broadcasting facility of Deutsche Telekom for transmitting the programme of Deutschlandfunk at Ehndorf, a village west of Neumünster in Schleswig-Holstein. ... Mainflingen longwave transmitter Mainflingen longwave transmitter is a large facility for commercial longwave transmissions at Mainflingen, Hesse, Germany. ... The Mediumwave transmitter Mainflingen (Mainflingen C) is a medium wave transmission facility south of the A3 motorway near Mainflingen, Hessen, Germany. ... The AM transmitter in Burg, Germany is a huge facility for longwave and mediumwave broadcasting. ... Transmitter Wilsdruff The transmitter Wilsdruff is a medium wave broadcasting facility near Wilsdruff, Germany. ... Wiederau transmitter is the oldest broadcasting facility of Saxony. ... The transmitter Wachenbrunn is a large broadcasting facility for medium wave in Germany, established in the fifties. ... Mast of Hirschlanden transmitter. ...

Transmitters for non-broadcasting use

DDH47 is the callsign of wheather fax transmitter Hamburg Meteo. DDH47 transmits weather reports on 147. ... Pinneberg is a town in Schleswig-Holstein, capital of the district Pinneberg in Germany. ... Mainflingen longwave transmitter Mainflingen longwave transmitter is a large facility for commercial longwave transmissions at Mainflingen, Hesse, Germany. ...

Transmission facilities for shortwave

Shortwave transmitter Wertachtal is a large facility for shortwave broadcasting in Wertach Valley (German: Wertachtal). ... The shortwave transmitter Jülich, was operated by Deutsche Telekom / T-Systems, is part of the shortwave broadcasting facility at Jülich, Germany. ... Nauen Transmitter Station (German: Grossfunkstelle Nauen or Sender Nauen) in Nauen, Havelland (Kreis), Brandenburg, Germany, is the oldest transmitting plant in the world. ...

Aerial testing sites

The Brück aerial testing facility is a facility for testing aerials at Brück, south of Berlin. ...

Facilities for satellite communication

  • Erdfunkstelle Raisting
  • Erdfunkstelle Usingen

External links


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