Open Telekom Cloud

Open Telekom Cloud is a cloud computing platform by the German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom AG. The cloud provider is based on OpenStack which is open source and can reduce the vendor lock-in of cloud providers.

Pricing

Open Telekom Cloud offers a very flexible pricing and a pricing calculator.


Read more about the pricing of the service here.

Sustainability

The data centers are powered by electricity from 100% renewable sources.


Read more about the sustainability of the service here .
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