Get one eSIM for global coverage and swap
carriers over-the-air, without replacing SIM
cards ever again.
Swap between carriers to avoid quality & signalling issues, for example in rural areas and near country borders. Roaming and moving devices can automatically navigate between carrier networks.
If you are operating truly globally, then swap between carriers to optimise roaming prices in exponentially expensive markets or pick much cheaper local carrier deals.
Thanks to GSMA standardization, eSIM is
even more secure than the existing SIM
No more locked in situations. eSIM provides you the freedom to change subscriptions on the go. Simply download the carrier that best fits your needs.
Carrier swaps allow you to calibrate your sales focus on the go and rapidly enter new markets as SIM card distribution costs are eliminated and you gain access to more local data options!
The first consumer eSIM device - the Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch - was launched in 2015. Followed by the the Google Pixel 2.
Major car companies such as Tesla, Audi, Mercedes Benz, Ford and BMW are driving the eSIM market and investing heavily in the R&D of autonomous driving technologies. Autonomous vehicles will provide eSIM manufacturers with several business opportunities thereby boosting the growth of the global eSIM market.
The automotive industry accounted for the majority of eSIM market share during 2017. However, this is changing, and by 2022 the consumer products segment will account for most of the eSIM market.
The European Commision selected the eSIM format for its in-vehicle emergency call service known as eCall. From 2018 onwards, all new cars in the EU must be equipped with eSIMs in order to make emergency calls in case of an accident.
Tesla Model S is using eSIM technology to provide connectivity for the vehicle's telematics and entertainment systems, including navigation, music, and web browsing.
ASUS, Lenovo and HP, have all signed on to make eSIM-enabled PCs from the beginning of 2018.
According to the market research report released by Technavio, the global eSIM market is expected to post a CAGR of nearly 38% until 2022. The global eSIM market size will grow by USD 832 million during 2018-2022.
In April 2018, US Department of Justice investigated the possibility of collusion between AT&T, Verizon and the GSMA to stifle the card-free technology.
The first eSIM technical spec was launched by GSMA in 2014.
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Play around with multiple pre-negotiated carrier deals: swap, download, or delete your eSIM carrier profiles with a click of a button. Today this, tomorrow that! All done on the 1oT Terminal platform or via API.
Whether you are managing 100 or 100,000 eSIMs, our platform enables you to stay on top of the game and keep everything under your control with a notification system, bulk actions, & interactive reporting tools.
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