About the Author
Tim is a versatile IT architect with extensive experience working on complex business problems. He is a member of the Telekom Data Intelligence Hub Architecture team at T-Systems International GmbH, where he helps companies achieve sovereign data exchange by providing Data Space Components as a Service. His expertise in data analytics and information modelling has been invaluable in this role.
Prior to this, Tim worked as a Solution Architect on the Mobility Data Platform (MDP) at T-Systems, where he developed the information model based on the International Data Spaces (IDS) information model and specified a dynamic metadata model based on a triple store solution in RDF Turtle by applying semantic web technologies. He has also worked as a Data Analyst at Deutsche Telekom loT GmbH, where he helped develop a data analytics Platform-as-a-Service that reduced the cost and time-to-market of data analytics solutions.
Being involved in the esports community, serving as Vice President of 404 Multigaming e.V. and IT Manager of Esport Bund Deutschland e.V., he manages all technical aspects of the organizations, including architecture and cloud systems. His experience and expertise have been instrumental in helping these organizations grow and thrive.
Overall, Tim’s broad range of experience and expertise in IT architecture, IT management, data analytics, and the gaming and esports industry make him a valuable asset. He has a strong track record of solving complex business problems and driving innovation.
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Recent insights by Tim Ganther
Speeding up urban travel with a dataspace: Super apps require data sharing
Ever wondered why we are missing out on getting from point A to point B more quickly in urban areas, such as with intermodal travel? Learn how the Telekom Data Intelligence Hub (DIH) team is using a next-generation European standards-based data sharing and exchange technology referred to as dataspace to speed up personal travel.
Chris S. Langdon, Tim Ganther, Luca Löffler
Sep 12, 2022