eSIM or eUICC (Embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card) the next evolution of the SIM card, it offers users the ability to change service provider over-the-air (OTA), without needing to physically change the embedded SIM card itself. eUICC represents the most radical change in over two decades of GSM connectivity, in terms of how customers can select and change service provider profiles based on the criteria or business rules of their choosing.
Webinar online: 9th October
When reliable connectivity is critical for deploying your Cellular IoT solution regionally or globally, an Open programmable eSIM is the right technology to provide optimal performance.
In this session you will learn from our IoT connectivity experts as they explain the many technology differences and provide solutions to overcome connectivity [...]
Nordic Semiconductor claims that, in conjunction with iBasis, a provider of communications solutions for operators and digital players worldwide, it has completely invalidated any question marks over cellular IoT and eSIM technology used in NB-IoT and LTE-M Low Power Wide-Area (LPWA) use cases. This follows reports of successful field-testing across 30 countries using a single eSIM from [...]
We know that demand for mobile services is growing. This opens up an expanding range of opportunities for mobile operators to exploit.
With 17 mobile networks across Africa, operator MTN has been partnering with Eseye for a few years. This has now led MTN to join the AnyNet Federation, created by Eseye to grow cellular services scalably on AWS Cloud.
Global connectivity provider for IoT, 1oT, is launching an eSIM for IoT at Mobile World Congress (#MWC19) in Barcelona on Feb 25-28, 2019. This, says the company, is the future of SIM technology pushed to the market in collaboration with eSIM management service provider, Giesecke+Devrient (G+D) Mobile Security.
Gemalto, a specialist in digital security, is helping to simplify and secure IoT connectivity for AT&T customers by integrating its embedded SIM (eSIM) inside the Cinterion LTE-M IoT module.
The SIM card is a technology that most of us are familiar with, present in mobile phones since the early nineties. A SIM card is a piece of hardware which contains data that authenticates us with our mobile operator, enabling us to connect to a network and receive a mobile connection.
After months of speculation on the name, the colour, the features and the price, Apple’s September event finally revealed its latest line-up of handsets. Since then, there’s one feature in particular that has continued to generate further chatter in the telecoms industry: the eSIM.
Anyone connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M communications industries will be acutely aware of the levels of ambition and investment being set for the Embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card, more widely known as eUICC, or the eSIM.
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