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With around 260,000 product offerings, 9 million prices by up to 100 TOP distributors and manufacturers 1200-bound, the 21st Mall is content engine”of A one IT GmbH currently the most advanced eCommerce system for the German ICT sector and is used daily by over 5,300 users and highly appreciated. Consistently tailored to the needs and processes of the ICT industry, offer E-commerce solutions by A one continuous maximum process optimization as well as reliable productivity gains in purchasing, sales and marketing. This automation supplier comparison, shopping, booking, selling worried about 95% to customer communication and drop shipment including RMA and unwinding. Take advantage of the Know-How of the specialists for your success in E-commerce. More info see, contact person for the press: Hermann Dresen, mail contact: of QIVICON QIVICON is leading an Alliance initiated by the Deutsche Telekom Industrial companies in Germany with the goal, smart home to promote the subject and to provide multi-vendor solutions for customers. Together with the partners of EnBW, eQ – 3, Miele and Samsung developed the Telekom a platform, the subject areas such as energy efficiency, safety and comfort for people of all ages for cover at home. In addition, a growing number of other partner companies will take the QIVICON platform for their smart home advantage offers.

About Deutsche Telekom Deutsche Telekom is one of the leading integrated telecommunications companies with 144 million mobile customers and 31 million fixed line and more than 17 million broadband lines worldwide (as of September 30, 2013). The Group offers products and services from the areas of landline, mobile, Internet and IPTV for private customers, as well as ICT solutions for wholesale and business customers. Deutsche Telekom is represented in around 50 countries and world’s 230,000 employees. In the fiscal year 2012, the Group achieved a turnover of 58,2 Billion euro, of which more than half outside Germany generated (as of December 31, 2012).