How to choose the right IoT SIM and connectivity provider

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to mature, organisations deploying IoT services face many IoT connectivity challenges. On the technical side, coverage challenges include achieving localised indoor coverage in dense urban situations such as urban canyons, providing reliable connections where there are gaps in cellular network coverage in rural locations, and ensuring multi-country and global deployments can be served efficiently and cost effectively.

Other technical issues must also be addressed, such as data quality – the network’s up-time rate, throughput and latency, which encompass achieving minimum downtime and maximised resilience. On top of that, local regulations in important markets like Brazil, China and others impose specific constraints for IoT connectivity provision.

This brand new report covers:

  • Roaming SIMs
  • Intelligent multi-networks IoT SIMs
  • eUICC challenges and capabilities

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