iQsim launches SIM Rack 256 to reduce customer CAPEX and OPEX

The iQsim SIM Rack 256 allows for the storage of up to 256 SIM cards in a 2U configuration. The iQsim SIM Rack 256 joins the iQsim SIM Rack 416, to offer flexibility and scalability as part of the IRON Suite call and SMS termination platform.

“We have complemented our SIM Management offering with this higher density, lower form-factor and cost effective SIM storage rack”, said Philippe Bessaguet, CEO. “The goal of the iQsim SIM Rack 256 is to offer higher flexibility and reduced CAPEX and OPEX for our customers.”

The iQsim family of SIM racks serves as a storage point for SIM cards and is managed by iQsim’s IRON Suite which allocates the most appropriate virtual SIM cards to GSM devices based on usage, time and price plans criteria.

Combined with iQsim’s GSM gateways and the IRON Suite platform, the iQsim SIM Rack 256 provides a complete solution that can scale from small to large Call and SMS termination networks.

“With our SIM Rack 256, we can offer new customers a lower investment entry-point and faster ROI. Existing customers can expand and scale with higher granularity, better cost control and increased up-time”, says Laurent Lhermitte, Vice-President of Sales.

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