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.
Global mobile operator, Truphone, has received GSMA accreditation for its eSIM subscription management solution. This endorsement means Truphone joins a select group of companies to receive accreditation for its subscription management solution from the GSMA
Analysys Mason’s research director Tom Rebbeck caught up with Arkessa chief executive, Andrew Orrock, to talk about how the barriers to IoT adoption are gradually falling, and how mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) can succeed in a market with numerous large global mobile network operators (MNOs)
At the MWC, the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry held in Barcelona, 26 February – 1 March 2018, Comprion shows the newest products in the field of eSIM and Remote SIM Provisioning (RSP).
The evolution of IoT devices (such as smart metres, home appliances, in-vehicle systems and personal devices), has led to the use of eSIMs (embedded SIMs) on these devices. The use of an eSIM, which is soldered to the device during manufacturing, prevents the need to retrieve or replace the cards when activated or updated,
Gemalto, the provider of digital security, is supplying Transatel, a provider in global mobile & IoT connectivity, with a remote subscription management platform. It will enable users of Windows 10 eSIM-equipped PCs to get online swiftly and seamlessly, from the moment they first power up their device.
Do we need an IoT 2.0? asks Ken Munro, partner at Pen Test Partners. Being brave enough to take a new approach to an old problem is how technology gets adopted. It’s how pioneers from Steve Jobs to Elon Musk have revolutionised industries.
The tests specified as Type B by the GSMA are now part of the GCF mobile type approval program. “Manufacturers of consumer devices who want to use their smartphones, tablets, PCs, or smartwatches in the GSMA eSIM environment, now must prove that their devices correctly support switching of the operator.
Gemalto, the provider in digital security, announces its new Subscription Management Discovery Service solution. This initiative sets new standards of freedom for all users of eSIM-connected devices, such as smartwatches, tablets, connected PCs and many more.
To become part of the closed GSMA eSIM ecosystem, all applicants – meaning eSIMs, servers, and devices – must prove that they meet the GSMA requirements. “This ensures that the individual players authorise each other as ‘interlocutors’ and that they are able to communicate,“ explains Dr. Frank Oberhokamp, product manager eUICC Consumer Devices Test Solutions at Comprion.
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