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April 26, 2018

SIMalliance members report shipments of 4.9bn SIMs in 2017, while estimated SIM market increases to 5.6bn units

Data reported by SIMalliance shows that the collective SIM shipments of its members in 2017, which represented approximately 88% of the global SIM market, equalled 4.9 billion units. SIMalliance confirms that over the same period, the estimated total available global market for SIM cards has grown by 2.75%, with units rising from 5.45 billion to 5.6 billion.

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April 20, 2018

SIMalliance Members report shipments of 4.9bn SIMs in 2017, while estimated total available SIM market in 2017 increases 2.75% to 5.6bn units

Data reported by SIMalliance shows that the collective SIM shipments of its members in 2017, which represented approximately 88% of the global SIM market, equalled 4.9 billion units. SIMalliance confirms that over the same period, the estimated total available global market for SIM cards has grown by 2.75%, with units rising from 5.45 billion to 5.6 billion.

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September 19, 2017

SIMalliance elects OT-Morpho’s Cricco to serve as its new chairman at time of ‘increasing need’ for security

The Board of SIMalliance has elected Remy Cricco of OT-Morpho to serve as the organisation’s chairman. In this role, he will work alongside fellow Board members representing Gemalto, G+D Mobile Security, ST Incard and VALID, to further the SIMalliance’s aims.

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January 25, 2017

SIM and OTA application provisioning platform provider Simulity joins SIMalliance as strategic partner

SIMalliance, the non-profit industry association which simplifies aspects of hardware-based device security, has announced Simulity Labs Ltd as its latest strategic partner.

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