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Deutsche Telekom Open Development: Telco-Services made accessible for developers via open APIs

Deutsche Telekom Open Development: Telco-Services made accessible for developers via open APIs

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  • 1. barcamp Berlin 18./19.10.08 Open Telco API
  • 2. Web 2.0 companies opened up their platforms for developers
  • 3. Shopping 9% Mapping 38% 8% Video Mashups 8% 10% Search Photo Source: www.programmableweb.com
  • 4. Imagine …  … T-Mobile lets you develop for the G1  … you have your own VoIP server  … you can access systems that enable you to localize your users
  • 5. But today Telcos are more like this – they had to be like this
  • 6. Today Telco companies control customer interaction & experience Interaction Application Application Application ... Application Application VoIP SMS CDN ... Billing Payment
  • 7. Open APIs break the barriers Open APIs Application Application Application Application VoIP SMS CDN ... Billing Payment API = Application Programmable Interface
  • 8. Telco companies follow the Open API trend recently bought
  • 9. Open API ideas Voice Call  Local Search? Content Delivery Network? Send SMS  Payment / Billing? Location Services? Conference Call? Online Transfer? OpenID?
  • 10. Possible system architecture Application Application Application Java .NET PHP SOAP / XML Web service Gateway Secure Token Service VoIP SMS CDN ..... Payment
  • 11. Questions we are asking  How to make API services most attractive for the community?  How to make API access as easy as possible?  How to create win-win models?