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.
WaterBit and AT&T are working to make automated irrigation easier for growers. WaterBit chose AT&T to provide secure connectivity to its autonomous irrigation solution. The smart irrigation solution aims to help farmers increase yields and conserve resources.
Sherlock, an Internet of Things (IoT), bicycle security startup based in Turin, Italy, has signed a deal with Orange Business Services to support its global business with IoT connectivity and a management portal over the next three years.
Eseye announced details of a new, fully integrated, enhanced global cellular connectivity service, available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace and featured on the new Internet of Things (IoT) category landing page.
Naka Mobile, a global mobile telecommunication and technology company, is partnering with Computime, a global manufacturing, technology and brand distribution company, to provide best-in-class global connectivity for its Koko GPS Watches.
Global spend via mobile wallets is expected to rise by nearly 32% this year to US$1.35 trillion. That is according to a new study from Juniper Research.
On-demand version You may have heard of Embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card (eUICC). It has been dubbed the next evolution of the SIM card, because it offers users the ability to change service provider profiles over-the-air (OTA), without needing to physically change the embedded SIM card.
Event date: September 22, 2016 Webinar online
You may have heard of Embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card (eUICC). It has been dubbed the next evolution of the SIM card, because it offers users the ability to change service provider profiles over-the-air (OTA), without needing to physically change the embedded SIM card.
Testing an Internet or cloud is necessary because the system is too complex for anyone to analyse and predict every possible form of vulnerability or failure.
Digitisation is increasingly pervading all sectors of trade and industry. Reliability, ease of use and falling prices for technology and M2M connectivity as well as new business models are driving this trend that is increasingly spreading through every aspect of our lives.
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