eSIM is the future of SIM technology. Technically known as eUICC, it is an unlocked SIM card that enables you to swap between pre-negotiated carrier services "over-the-air" without the need to physically change the SIM card.I NEED IT
One SIM card and one invoice for global coverage with multiple carrier support per country. Technically known as UICC and delivered in the form of 2FF (mini), 3FF(micro), 4FF (nano), or solderable MFF2 SIMs.I NEED IT
Our self-service platform, with API, is tailored to give you control of your SIMs: enabling switching your SIM on/off, setting data limits, seeing real-time SIM sessions, setting up notifications & alarms, and deploying many other value-added services. All this saves your time and helps you scale your IoT business quicker.
Our eSIM & self-service SIM provisioning platform is tailored for scaling IoT service providers.
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It's time for another eSIM related video. We are continuing the series with Roger from Able device. This time the discussion is about critical elements for implementing eSIM.
There has been much buzz about Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technologies. Minimized battery consumption and lower overall costs are the main reasons.1oT receives more and more inquiries about the technology. One of the main questions still is how the lower power consumption is achieved?
All IoT device manufacturers need a global connectivity solution. The choice comes down to a provider who can ensure data connection across the globe. Currently, cellular technology ticks all the boxes because of its maturity and being the only solution that is both mobile and global. The cornerstone of global connectivity is the concept of roaming. In simple terms, roaming is the ability to access a network that is not the home network (i.e. not the one issuing the SIM).