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.
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.
The SIMalliance membership, which represents approximately 90% of the global SIM market, has reported a 5% year-on-year growth in its 2016 shipment volumes. A total 4.9 billion units were shipped during that period.
SIMalliance, the non-profit industry association which simplifies aspects of hardware-based device security, has announced Simulity Labs Ltd as its latest strategic partner.
New embedded SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) technology could play a major role in accelerating the development and adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) applications in the energy sector such as smart metering, demand response,
SIMalliance has published a set of guidelines which will make it easier for mobile network operators (MNOs), service and solution providers to deploy Mobile Connect services which use an authentication application provisioned on the user’s SIM card.
The GSMA, with partners SIMalliance and ESMIG, have published a new report written by analyst house Beecham Research highlighting the importance of the GSMA Embedded SIM Specification and eUICC to the future of the utilities sector.
SIMalliance, the global non-profit industry association which simplifies aspects of hardware-based device security to drive secure mobile services, has released its Open Mobile API (OMAPI) Test Specification for Transport API v2.2.
SIMalliance has published a new specification, which allows mobile network operators (MNOs) to remotely load and manage subscriptions across deployed machine-to-machine (M2M) and consumer devices in a standardised way.