The Space Solutions Alliance is a specialist network for space and non-space corporates, research institutes and public institutions to work with and strengthen high tech start-ups hosted at ESA´s Business Incubation Centres (BICs). It was kicked-off at a special event at the CeBIT 2017. T-Systems is the first partner to the alliance and will provide free cloud computing vouchers on its Open Telekom Cloud public cloud services for all interested ESA BIC start-ups throughout their incubation phase, a very economic and efficient way to securely store and process large amounts of data many of our start-ups use. The German company divia with provide the operative management of the partnerhip on behalf of T-Systems, by Project Manager Thomas Wahl. From left: Thorsten Rudolph (CEO AZO), Jurry de la Mar (Account Director ESA, T-Systems International GmbH), Frank Salzgeber (Head of ESA’s Technology Transfer Programme Office), Andreas Falkner (VP Open Telekom Cloud, T-Systems International GmbH), Thomas Wahl (Senior Management Consultant, divia GmbH), Sascha Heising (Project Manager, FabSpace 2.0, ESA BIC Darmstadt) and Navin Mani (Managing Director, divia GmbH).