What we learned during fall’s greatest tech events…
hubraum is Deutsche Telekom’s tech incubator. By bringing startups, developers, ecosystem partners and the leading digital telco together, hubraum sparks innovation transfer and creates business opportunities for all sides. Since 2012, hubraum has been collaborating with the digital ecosystem out of its campuses in Berlin, Krakow and Tel Aviv.
Develop prototypes that identify potential use cases for future commercial applications and use our co-working space for free – as a resident or temporary guest.
Get access to cutting-edge technology and infrastructure provided by Deutsche Telekom.
Get expert support and business know-how to give your startup a shot of rocket fuel.
Receive potential investment from hubraum of up to 1 million euros, in addition to financial support for any subsequent pilot project.
Discover cutting-edgetelcotech innovation
Strategic investments inearly stage startups.
Join our Residency Program in our Campuses in Berlin or Krakow and get access to free coworking offices, 5G, IoT makerspaces, steaming hot coffee and more
If you’re working in one of the following fields of technology — or feel ready to surprise us with the Next Next — come work with us!
The next gigabit society is coming, enabled by future connectivity. We are looking for startups working with massive broadband connectivity (5G) or ultra low latency (Edge), campus networks, smart narrowband technology (LTE-M, NB-IoT) or further enhancing their solutions with AI.
Soon, everything around us will be connected, from our homes to our workplaces and beyond. We’re excited to work with startups in the areas of smart home, voicification, entertainment, AR/VR, consumer IoT (tracking and tracing, wearables) and industrial IoT (efficient manufacturing, logistics, smart buildings)
Next stop: transformative new tech with the potential power to disrupt telco! After all, innovations like blockchain, material and neuroscience, human machine interfaces and quantum computing are all areas which have barely been explored. Surprise us with the “next next.”