Connectivity for the future of things
Discover how eSIMs can improve your IoT deployment
eSIM – embedded SIMs
Soldered SIMs provide connectivity by directly setting up the IoT device’s circuit board. This solution offers more connectivity security than traditional SIM cards
eSIMs can be built into devices like drones, wearables, sensors, and location trackers, where size is of the essence. They can also be soldered into industrial equipment where a SIM card may not be easily accessible. Being reprogrammable from a distance means eSIMs can be managed in bulk.
eUICC – RSP enabled eSIMs
eUICC SIMs are more versatile and more commonly used in M2M applications, especially in an environment where on-site SIM replacements are hard to manage.
In addition, the ability to change the operator profile via RSP (remote SIM provisioning) provides more flexibility for IoT solutions, thus future-proofing the connectivity for devices.
eSIM for consumers – industry defining technology within your reach
What is eSIM?
An eSIM (embedded SIM) is the latest technology in SIM cards that allows the SIM module to be embedded in a mobile device. Traditional SIMs have to be swapped out of a phone, whereas an eSIM cannot be removed.
With the introduction of eSIM, consumers no longer need to change SIMs using eject PINs, eliminating the need to physically handle SIM cards completely.
eSIMs provide an improved customer experience over traditional SIM cards. The onboarding process is simple, quick, and allows consumers to manage their connectivity digitally.
It’s an environmentally friendly solution. eSIM technology reduces the amount of material waste, such as plastic, which hold the SIM cards, packaging, and required storage components.
Activate an eSIM with a QR Code
Just scan the QR code with your mobile phone. The option can also be accessed through the phone’s settings menu.