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Comgate and ASPIDER-NGI collaborate on eSIM

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The Netherlands, Nov 22 2018. Comgate announced they have entered a new partnership with ASPIDER-NGI to deliver all the benefits of the eSIM for their customers. In this partnership, ASPIDER-NGI is the eSIM and mobile network technology partner, while Comgate manages implementation with customer business processes.

eSIM is a future-proof SIM Card

The eSIM is a future-proof SIM card, the most important function is to exchange mobile operators without having to change the SIM. This makes the SIM swaps a thing of the past. This is particularly important for hard-to-access devices spread over a wide geographic area, where replacement of SIM cards is not an option. With the eSIM you prevent operator lock-in and you keep control over your connectivity and decide which operators you want.

Comgate IoT Specialist

Comgate is a specialist in connectivity for IoT solutions. With knowledge and experience, the company focuses on the implementation of IoT connectivity in the customer’s business processes. By combining the technical solutions with commercial flexibility, Comgate ensures optimal implementation and integration of IoT applications.

“We have opted for this collaboration because Comgate is able to use the technical capabilities of the eSIM to drastically improve the business processes of companies and organizations. “It is precisely this flexibility, know-how and excellent support that are very important in the connectivity market”, according to Rogier van Leeuwen, VP Corporate Development at ASPIDER-NGI.

Boban Vukicevic Managing Director of Comgate:

“The cooperation with ASPIDER-NGI is a logical step for us.  “They have the GSMA compliant eSIM and their own mobile core infrastructure. This gives us access to many technical possibilities, including changing a profile on a SIM card over the air. This means that changing SIM cards is a thing of the past, especially in hard-to-access devices or devices that are delivered across several countries. We offer our customers control, ownership and flexibility in connectivity”.


ASPIDER-NGI adds European eSIM Profile under €10/GByte for IoT eConnect

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New eSIM profiles with preferred European eSIM coverage under €10 per GByte – global coverage from 575 operators.

The Netherlands, May 7, 2018. ASPIDER-NGI, announced new European eSIM profiles for IoT eConnect. The new profiles provide preferred coverage across Europe at under €10 per GByte. Get your free starter kit at: https://info.ioteconnect.com/.

European & Global

The new profiles also include global coverage from 575 operators with full control of coverage options. These rates provide usage pooling across devices to avoid the breakage lock-ins of the old voice-based sales models. These profiles are also available as donor profiles for clients to load into their own eSIMs.

GSMA Compliant

This release includes a fully GSMA compliant eSIM that includes support for multiple profiles. The supplied bootstrap is a multi-IMSI profile from multiple Tier 1 operators. “Out of the box this delivers 4G data European eSIM connectivity at under €10 per GByte. “And we include full usage pooling and full connectivity control.” stated Rogier van Leeuwen, VP of IoT Product at ASPIDER-NGI. “Having a competitive bootstrap profile preloaded on the eSIM allows clients to jump-start their IoT projects and reduce complexity of profile selection.”

“Not only do eSIMs help our clients avoid SIM swaps, clients are also using our bootstrap to meet their 2G, 3G and 4G connectivity needs.” continued Rogier. “Our eSIM also gives clients the option to load their own profiles from their operator partners, and still retain the flexibility and control they need.”

The eSIMs are available in a wide range of formats including MFF sizes. The eSIMs include GSMA compliant subscription management and hence have integrated over the air management of the profiles and IMSIs. “Our eSIM Connectivity Hub allowed us to be one of the first to release eSIMs to the industry.” added Jan Mooijman, CEO at ASPIDER-NGI.

“We are continuously improving the global coverage of IoT eConnect. “We will therefore be adding more and more profiles before the end of the year to satisfy the needs for a wide range of IoT projects including Enterprise and OEM applications.” Continued Rogier. “In the coming months we plan to extend our global LTE coverage. “We will also provide more eUICC control options including remote application management on our clients’ eSIMs.”

Verizon, Telefonica & ASPIDER-NGI IoT Panel

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Oracle moderated a lively IoT panel at the Industry Connect event in New York April 11, 2018. The panel covered a wide range of IoT topics viewed from leading MNOs and MVNEs. Topics hence ranged from network impact, to vendor business models, to security requirements, to Enterprise and OEM use cases. Overall, the panel described the IoT requirements as very different to the traditional voice wholesale models. Key differences exist in the technologies (5G and eSIM), and due to new commercial supply chain models. Discussions included the impact from large enterprise and OEM projects, the result being new business models to support multi-path billing. Lots of humor around the excessive pricing charged by most of the core vendors. Key quote: “IoT is all zero-rated” since old business models do not align well to IoT.

IoT Panel Members

The panel left to right: Dan Bantukul (Oracle), Thierry Sender (Verizon), David Traynor (ASPIDER-NGI) and Eduardo Guardincerri (Telefonica).

IoT Panel at OIC

Lively discussions on the IoT Panel

Get the ASPIDER-NGI IoT presentation from the Downloads page and select the IoT tab.

SIMPoint and ASPIDER-NGI Partner on eSIM

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The Netherlands, Feb 27, 2018. ASPIDER-NGI, provider of independent mobile solutions for managing IoT connectivity, announced a partnership with SIMPoint. SIMPoint is a specialist in IoT, M2M and Lora connectivity.


The partnership provides full access to ASPIDER-NGI IoT and eSIM solutions. This includes instant online access, with simple controls to activate, control and analyse. The result allows partners to better manage their customers. The program provides full access to bootstrap profiles, multi-IMSI solutions, and remote SIM provisioning.

“We provide our customers with the right SIM cards for their M2M and IoT solutions.“ said Rob Lammers, SIMPoint MD. “With the ASPIDER-NGI components for eSIM & IoT, we can remove the traditional commercial and technical lock-ins. “This also allows us to add new profiles for our customers without a SIM swap.”


The program delivers control to SIMPoint, so they have the flexibility to better manage their business and support their clients.

  • Own the eSIM and manage Apps and Operator profiles.
  • Activate and deactivate ASPIDER-NGI subscriptions at anytime.
  • Pay only for what is used, only on active SIMs.
  • Full control to create custom price-plans and contract terms.
  • Full pooling of usage across devices with no bundle breakage.
  • Manage preferred networks and coverage per country.
  • Add SIM applications, authentication and security to the eSIM.

“We have taken a new approach since clients demand control and ownership for IoT and M2M.” says Michel Zwijnenberg, VP Strategy & Business Development IoT & eSIM at ASPIDER-NGI. “We enable service providers to give their customers freedom and control. The result is removal of lock-ins and provides ownership of your own SIM. “Now we are adding partners to deliver localized solutions.”

Rob continued, “Ownership and control over our eSIM gives SIMPoint customers more flexibility. “Customers therefore get the options to improve solution coverage and longevity. “We are also inviting our strategic operator partners to use the SIMPoint eSIM so they can extend their market penetration.”

“Working with Trade associations like BTG showed us that resellers are well positioned to deliver IoT and eSIM solutions.” says Jan Mooijman, CEO ASPIDER-NGI. “We are therefore looking to build exclusive relationships for specific verticals with innovative partners like SIMPoint.”


SIMPoint is a business partner of KPN and one of the fastest growing IoT connectivity specialists in The Netherlands and The Caribbean. We deliver customized M2M connectivity on Low Power Wide Area Networks (LoRa). Customized data plans, variable durations, extended security (VPNs, customized APNs) and full control with our customer portal and control center.

The partnership with ASPIDER-NGI completes our portfolio. We are therefore able to deliver worldwide high class connectivity for M2M, LoRa (Netherlands only) and soon LTE-CatM and NB-IoT. With almost 3000 satisfied customer with hundreds of thousands of sims, SIMPoint provides everything you need for your customized IoT connectivity. Curious? For more information visit https://www.simpoint.com/en/. We are more than happy to welcome you!

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IoT eConnect: Get your devices connected globally with Simplicity, Reliability and Control

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The Netherlands, Oct 4, 2017. ASPIDER-NGI, provider of independent solutions for managing IoT connectivity, announced availability of IoT eConnect. IoT eConnect is an integrated IoT solution providing instant global connectivity, without the contractual and technical lock-ins.

CEO: “Removing Lock-ins”

“We have taken a new approach to disrupt the connectivity market.” says Jan Mooijman, CEO ASPIDER-NGI. “Companies face huge barriers in getting the IoT connectivity they need. “It is common to see 2 year lock-ins, unchangeable price plans, minimum monthly fees, contract penalties. “The industry is still following the old lock-in of voice-based sales models.” Jan continued “Our goal therefore is to allow companies to change operators without a SIM swap. “This reduces the high cost of switching and removes a major obstacle to large-scale projects.”

“As a trade association for business consumers, we are very interested in these new developments.” stated Jan van Alphen, Chairman from BTG and Board Member of the INTUG. “As part of the current digital transformation, the number of application capabilities on eSIM will increase significantly. From our user perspective, it is therefore an important added value that the many current eSIM restrictions be eliminated. Therefore we think it’s good that the market is orienting itself on new kind of services and solutions. For this reason it’s very important that new business cases be developed in collaboration.”

Control and Flexibility

IoT eConnect removes these barriers with online access and the simple controls to activate, control and analyse, built on decades of experience delivering connectivity solutions to the big operators and integrators. But the key value is in the open, transparent way that IoT eConnect breaks the traditional commercial lock-ins.

  • Activate and deactivate SIMs when you want.
  • Pay only for what you use only on active SIMs.
  • Flexibility on price plans and bundle sharing, change price plans when you want.
  • Optimal coverage means that you can use and choose the coverage per country.
  • And it is your SIM. You keep it and you select the operator you want, when you want.

IoT eConnect includes eSIM technologies from partnership between ASPIDER-NGI and OT Morpho. “We are seeing more companies taking control over their connectivity using standard eSIM technology.” said Michel Zwijnenberg, VP of IoT at ASPIDER-NGI . “Removing the need for SIM swaps is a big step forward. Therefore we decided that every SIM we ship will be an eSIM. The eSIM creates some great partnership plays for SIs, app devs and resellers.”

IoT eConnect is available at http://ioteconnect.com. Register, Get your SIMs, Activate. Instant Connectivity for your IoT Devices

Telecompaper Article: eSIM adoption gains momentum across industries

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eSIM adoption gains momentum across industries: Maarten van Vliet, Telecompaper reviews eSIM adoption , importance and status. 


“The eSIM is ideally suited to the Internet of Things.” says David Traynor, CMO at ASPIDER-NGI. “Much depends also on the market and application: automotive connectivity has very different requirements for eSIMs than providing connectivity to international travelers. It is therefore important that the industry thinks more about the evolution of standards. It is not just about operator selection, but about enterprise ownership and control of the applications on the SIM card.”  

Download the full article from Telecompaper below.

With eSIM, it’s your SIM, and you have full control of the profiles, security and SIM applications. This means you can put your apps in the eSIM instead of the firmware, and your apps have direct access to the authentication and encryption elements on the SIM to strengthen security and to build better solutions for access control and identity management. Click to see interactive eSIM schematic and scroll to foot of that page.


OT-Morpho IDEMIA and ASPIDER-NGI partner on eSIM Solutions

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ASPIDER-NGI and IDEMIA license technologies to accelerate eSIM implementations.

The Netherlands, June 28, 2017. ASPIDER-NGI, a leading provider of MVNE, IoT, connectivity and content solutions, announced a partnership with OT-Morpho (now IDEMIA). IDEMIA is a world leader in digital security and identification technologies.

The ASPIDER-NGI is providing IDEMIA with a portfolio of fallback, bootstrap and operational profiles, SMS numbering and IoT eConnect. IoT eConnect is a preconfigured Service Delivery Platform to manage connectivity to the network from provisioning and activation to billing. The components will be integrated to IDEMIA’s eSIM and Subscription Management solution (SM-DP and SM-SR). The result is to deliver out of the box solutions to their clients which includes remote provisioning.

IDEMIA’s Gazarian

“This past year we have been collaborating very closely with ASPIDER-NGI on a range of eSIM projects and we are very pleased that ASPIDER-NGI is using our technology as part of their solution to deliver additional connectivity possibilities to their customers.” said Viken Gazarian, OT-Morpho, Deputy Managing Director of Connected Device Makers business, OT. “Our platform will enable them to create a secure connection to the eSIM integrated to the devices for the remote provisioning and activation of mobile subscriptions. Compliant with GSMA standards, this solution allows usage of the best cellular network at all times during the device’s life-time in a secure and flexible way.”

“We are seeing more and more businesses that acknowledge the eSIM technology as the best option for them to manage the connectivity of their devices and equipments in a flexible way. Integrating the subscription management with the service management is an obvious step” – Michel Zwijnenberg, VP of IoT at ASPIDER-NGI. “This means that we can deliver a more complete solution. A solution that includes all the components needed to get eSIM deployed quickly.”

eSIM: Control and Ownership

The eSIM technology is significant not just because it supports remote management of the operator profiles used, but also because the manufacturer or enterprise can use it to better manage the device connectivity. And also manage it over the device lifetime in order to get the optimum QoS & coverage depending on specific location. In addition, the enterprise can control and own the applications and security on the eSIM – and use that to distribute and manage enterprise connectivity and applications.

ASPIDER-NGI is using these initiatives to launch “eSIM eConnect” later this quarter. This product allows the enterprise to own and control their SIMs.  Our eSIM Connect also allows firms to manage SIMs using technology trusted by their operator partners.

Zwijnenberg continued: “Manufacturers and enterprises are starting to recognize the huge value of delivering applications, managing devices and tracking behavior.”


OT-Morpho is a world leader in digital security & identification technologies with the ambition to empower citizens and consumers alike to interact, pay, connect, commute, travel and even vote in ways that are now possible in a connected world. As our physical and digital, civil and commercial lifestyles converge, OT-Morpho stands precisely at that crossroads to leverage the best in security and identity technologies and offer customized solutions to a wide range of international clients from key industries, including Financial services, Telecom, Identity, Security and IoT. With close to €3bn in revenues and more than 14,000 employees, OT-Morpho is the result of the merger between OT (Oberthur Technologies) and Safran Identity & Security (Morpho) completed in 31 May 2017. Temporarily designated by the name “OT-Morpho”, the new company will unveil its new name in September of this year. For more information: www.morpho.com and www.oberthur.com and www.idemia.com

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OT-Morpho Press contacts:

Isabelle de BUYER: isabelle.de-buyer@morpho.com / T + 33 (0)1 30 20 22 67
Julien TAHMISSIAN: julien.tahmissian@havas.com / T + 33 (0)1 58 47 90 54

TBM Article: New SIM Card available in Netherlands: Embedded SIM (eSIM)

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With the new embedded SIM (eSIM), companies can switch between mobile operators and take control of the applications programmed in the SIM. The IoT market sees this as a revolutionary step forward, but what does the rest of the market think?

As a consumer, you normally have little interaction with your SIM card: when you change operators, you put a new SIM into your mobile phone, every couple of years or so.

For companies and governments, it is quite different. Especially when they have thousands or tens of thousands of SIM cards. In addition [to phones], the card is used in many more types of devices than just a mobile phone. For applications within Internet of Things (IoT), the card is used in utility meters, in access gates, in connected cars. The demand for the eSIM deployment in the Netherlands is driven by the IoT market, says Jan Mooijman: “An IoT device uses its SIM for a much longer period of time than a mobile phone – [sometimes 10 years or more]. And for these IoT devices you want to change the operator without having to replace the SIM card. Additionally, companies can add functionalities to the eSIM that are operator-independent – including your own enterprise security applications.” Mooijman is ASPIDER-NGI CEO, a leading Mobile Virtual Network Enabler and IoT provider for connectivity management solutions. Among other things, the company collaborates with BTG, the industry association for ICT and telecom large consumers, implementing the standards defined by GSMA (the global trade association for mobile operators).

Operators are waiting – “Watching the cat from the tree”

The first trials with the eSIM took place last year, says Petra Claessen, Managing Director & New Business at BTG: “The first Proof of Concepts were started last year and completed showing that we can switch from one operator [to another], remotely, over-the-air. “According to Claessen, the country’s four largest operators are “watching the cat from the tree” [(waiting)]. Industry reaction on the impact of eSIM has been varied: from “no time to wait” to “there is no clear eSIM strategy yet” or even the complete absence of a response. Understandable when we hear Claessen: “The Netherlands has a unique situation. We are a small country and we have four operators. While in larger countries around us there are sometimes only one or two operators. Then it’s easier to enter the dialogue. “However, in the Netherlands there is already a mobile operator who is willing to cooperate with the introduction of eSIM: Voiceworks, who work with ASPIDER-NGI to deliver solutions and knowledge on eSIM. “The eSIM enables MVNEs, such as Voiceworks and ASPIDER-NGI, to deal flexibly with the provision of services,” explains Voiceworks, lead mobile engineer Arjan van der Oest. “In the coming years, more and more devices will adopt the eSIM. Our leadership in these initiatives mean that we are already better prepared for future developments in the handset and device market. “

ESIM as a new standard

The second series of pilots has now started. Claessen (BTG) says they are focused on authorization and authentication: “In addition to ASPIDER-NGI and Voiceworks, SURFnet is also engaged.”  SURFnet is organization that operates through a hybrid fixed-wireless network for colleges, universities, academic hospitals and other scientific institutions to connect with each other. Claessen (BTG): “In a later stage of this trial, several big companies will join and we hope to complete the trial before the end of summer. “And then… how to proceed? Mooijman (ASPIDER-NGI): “My belief is that the eSIM will become the defacto standard. It is no longer technology demand driven, but [more of] a competitive question. And the good news is, thanks to new European legislation, participants from outside the Netherlands can market into our domestic market. Ultimately, it is the customers who determine the market direction. If a number of large corporates tender for eSIM, then it is likely that these solutions will become common within one or two years. We are already working on rolling out the eSIM for a number of international customers”. “Voiceworks is a little more cautious in predicting. Van der Oest: “It’s hard to tell when the eSIM will be widely available. One of the biggest challenges is both support from all service providers and full technical support in the devices to remotely manage the eSIM. “

What does the business reseller think?

Once the eSIM is in place, this will also affect us: the business ICT reseller. How does this development look from our perspective? Remco Doeve, Business Development Manager at Creaforti, finds it is a logical conclusion: “Data is becoming increasingly commonplace. It’s been a long time selling subscriptions [but] it is the total package that you offer to your end customer [that really matters]. With the eSIM, I expect the first steps to be taken without question. In addition, swapping a SIM card  is becoming less relevant and is only a small part of the total service package that customers take from us. But I can see bigger benefits in the IoT market. “Roelof Zweytzer, Managing Director of Amnez Telecom, who is also in the IoT market agrees: For our IoT customers, the eSIM is very important and there is already an existing demand. For example, the SIM cards of one of our IoT customers are located a few meters below ground. You can imagine that this will be a huge expense if you need to replace a few thousand. “

Instant access to 150 operators

Ronald Horn, BTC’s director, said the arrival of the eSIM creates an important role for the business ICT reseller: “We need to ensure that our customers are connected to the right networks. These are not necessarily the cheapest but those that best respond to the needs of our customers. The remote over-the-air switching has the advantage that the customer always has a good coverage. We already deliver machine-to-machine SIM cards that provide operator-independence in the Netherlands and get the strongest signal. “Opening doors to foreign operators offers opportunities to customers, he thinks. But it also makes it more complex. Horn: “You will get one hundred fifty operators that you can connect to. This means increased choice for the customer. And for us the complexity to make sure everything works well.” Like the other parties, Horn agrees that the speed of development of the eSIM will be determined by the market. “Especially since the customer now becomes the owner of the SIM and the applications on the eSIM, instead of the operator. This gives the business reseller the freedom to integrate the eSIM into the customer’s infrastructure. This allows us to develop our own services for the customer and we can ensure collaboration. “

MFF eSIM (solderable)The differences in eSIM variants

There are actually two main types of eSIMs: an eSIM that is physically attached [soldered – pic to the left] to the device itself and a removable eSIM [that is just like your existing SIM – pic above]. With the attached variant soldered in the device, the smaller space occupied by the eSIM is a big advantage (no SIM slot required). The variant that can be removed is especially interesting for large corporate customers [with existing SIM slots]: they can switch operators to provision their devices with an electronic request once they have switched to the eSIM. Both types of eSIM provide the same remote provisioning [of operator profiles and applications].

Editor: Daniëlle Vogels, TBM

Translated from: https://issuu.com/magentapublishing/docs/2017_tbm_4

SURFnet Announce Research into E-SIM security-related applications with ASPIDER-NGI

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SURFnet Research into E-SIM security-related applications with ASPIDER-NGI.

SURFnet is working jointly with ASPIDER-NGI, a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), on the potential of security-related applications on our E-SIM. How can we add and manage our own authentication and authorisation applets securely? We are looking specifically at strong authentication and access to eduroam.

Research into new functionalities

Following the successful pilot with BTG in 2016, where a different profile was copied onto SIM cards ‘over-the-air’, we are this year looking at security-related applications for our embedded SIM (E-SIM). The E-SIM is a much more secure authentication method than the combination of username and password. We will be looking at how we can use the E-SIM for strong authentication and to get access to eduroam. The pilot in 2016 demonstrated that the E-SIM was suitable for giving access to eduroam. In the proof of concept we are looking for optimum and scalable implementation.

Collaboration with ASPIDER-NGI

We are carrying out this research with ASPIDER-NGI. We are expecting to make great progress this year towards being in a position to implement the E-SIM in order to improve the security of applications and services. As expected, the (smart)cards that institutions have will provide other benefits in future. An important pre-condition is that the applets on the E-SIM do not cause any conflicts with the primary functionality of the E-SIM, namely access to 2G/3G/4G/5G networks. It also needs to be possible to configure and manage the applets remotely.

More information

Source: https://www.surf.nl/en/news/2017/05/research-into-e-sim-security-related-applications-in-a-poc-with-aspider-ngi.html


ASPIDER-NGI & SURFnet: eSIM solutions for enterprise security and identity

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The Netherlands, May 10, 2017. ASPIDER-NGI, provider of MVNE, IoT, eSIM and content solutions, and SURFnet, the Dutch National Research and Education Network, are partnering on eSIM. This new agreement gives SURFnet early access to the ASPIDER-NGI eSIM technology to develop and build specific applications for education and research, with an initial focus on identity management and authentication.

eSIM Projects

“Last year we conducted initial eSIM projects that allowed us to manage the eSIM ‘over the air’ to change mobile operators instantly without a physical SIM swap,” said Maurice van den Akker, head of Product Management Network Services at SURFnet. “This year we will focus on specific security-related functionality on the eSIM for education and research institutions. We also believe that ownership of our own SIM yields many more opportunities” he continued. “This includes the integration of multiple mobile and wireless architectures. The eSIM will help us provide seamless access to our high end research infrastructure, for students, lecturers and researchers.”


Jan Mooijman, CEO of ASPIDER-NGI states “SURFnet is recognized for driving innovation into the education and research sector. The result is we share the same visions on integrated communications to deliver the connectivity and control across mobile operators and media. Our partnership around eSIM also includes the security infrastructure to support new applications, to drive new business models and to improve efficiencies.”

ASPIDER-NGI is using these initiatives to launch “eSIM eConnect” later this year. This product provides a modular approach that allows the enterprise to own and control their SIMs, and manage the connectivity and security. Mooijman: “Enterprises are starting to recognize the huge impact of owning their own SIMs. They can choose operators, deliver applications, manage devices and track behavior. The enterprise now has the keys to the castle.”

About SURFnet

SURFnet is the Dutch National Research and Education Network (NREN). We ensure that researchers, lecturers and students can work together in a simple and robust manner using ICT. SURFnet supports, develops and operates an advanced, reliable and interconnected ICT infrastructure for use by education and research. This infrastructure makes the most of what ICT has to offer, bringing ICT services, academic instruments and people together. SURFnet also develops and tests innovative ICT services in order to demonstrate the capabilities.

For more information about SURFnet, visit www.surf.nl/en/surfnet