The eUICC Opportunity: How to Harness the Power of eSIMs in the IoT

The arrival of embedded SIMs, or eSIMs, which can operate globally, support multiple subscriptions, and can be remotely programmed for new subscriptions, takes SIM ownership from the MNO/MVNO and gives it to the device user.

The SIM card has, traditionally, been owned by the MNO/MVNO. If you want to switch the carrier, you have to switch the SIM, too. But that’s changing. The arrival of embedded SIMs, or eSIMs, which can operate globally, support multiple subscriptions, and can be remotely programmed for new subscriptions, takes SIM ownership from the MNO/MVNO and gives it to the device user.

The benefit to smartphones is clear – it’s easier to initiate and manage subscriptions – but what about in the IoT? There are some compelling use cases, but early adopters can expect some extra work, since the eSIM ecosystem is still very young.

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  • The top 3 compelling IoT use cases for eSIMs
  • The challenges deploying an eSIM solution
  • Practical steps to navigating the eSIM ecosystem

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