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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”.

 

Cisco feature case study on ASPIDER-NGI

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The challenge

As one of the leading IoT Mobile Virtual Network Enablers (MVNEs), ASPIDER-NGI is focused on helping clients connect their millions of IoT devices. The growth of IoT devices started for the company in 2014, when the number of machine subscribers that it supported on its core network actually surpassed the number of human subscribers. According to IHS Markit Research, the growth in the IoT market is not expected to slow down, having flourished to an estimated 15.4 billion devices in 2015, forecasted to almost double to 30 billion in 2020, and more than 75 billion by the year 2025. As the machine growth on the company network continued, reductions in ARPU and the transaction volumes proliferated: all factors that forced ASPIDER-NGI to garner new economies of scale to support its client base. Its customers were also increasingly delivering critical solutions on which businesses depend for their operations: automotive, safety, security, and transportation. To service all of its requirements, the company needed a simplified mobile architecture that could scale elastically end to end securely, with machine-learning capabilities and virtualized mobile network functions, and could distribute those functions where needed to optimize how it met customer and service demands.

The ASPIDER-NGI Solution

Operators need a simplified mobile architecture that can securely scale elastically end to end, with machine-learning capabilities and virtualized mobile network functions, and can distribute those functions where needed to optimize how they meet customer and service demands. For ASPIDER-NGI it was about redefining customer business through the network and integrating with cloud services reaching them over all access types. These initiatives included acquisitions of IPR and smaller competitors; refocusing of target solutions to the larger OEMs; and, most importantly, challenging their teams for new thinking. One of the M&A transactions strengthened their OCS position to cope with increased capacity, and this triggered a complete reevaluation of their Mobile Packet Gateway and GGSN scalability. They chose the Cisco® Ultra Packet Core (UPC) solution to provide 4G/5G capability and to help better manage allocation of sessions and improved policy enforcement. The solution is fully integrated to the ASPIDER-NGI core using orchestration of both NFV and overall network core provisioning for six distributed colocations.

“We tasked our development, marketing, and operations staff to find new technologies to stimulate even more growth and remove traditional obstacles. The end result forced us to evolve our core technologies and the way that we apply them to meet our customer needs.” Jan Mooijman CEO, ASPIDER-NGI “To grow, we have to accelerate our pace of thinking, and our openness to adopting new approaches that can still provide the reliability that the industry demands.”

“To grow, we have to accelerate our pace of thinking, and our openness to adopting new approaches that can still provide the reliability that the industry demands.”

Mobile operators get a network that can give them the flexibility, agility, control, security, performance, and resilience to monetize and match the demands of new services such as vehicle and drone operation, critical infrastructure status monitoring and fault remediation, and industrial automation process control. By preparing your network, you won’t just deliver new services faster; you will be able to deliver them better, ready to realize the full potential that 4G and soon 5G has to offer.

By partnering with Cisco, service providers also understand that software-defined networking and virtualization can now enable new services that offer the following benefits:

ASPIDER-NGI IoT On-Demand Data Connectivity

How Cisco helped

4G/5G is about empowering your customer business exponentially to deliver innovative services from the mobile cloud. It’s not just new technology. With the combined ASPIDER-NGI and Cisco solution delivering the 4G/5G services and support that our enterprise customers demand with the scale, simplicity, flexibility, and agility they need. Cisco Ultra Services Platform supports Control and User Plane Separation (CUPS), which allows ASPIDER-NGI to disaggregate its cloud-native functions and deploy them across the IP network with multiaccess edge computing wherever needed to optimize delivery of content and services. Ultra also will also enable network slicing, and the Cisco IP infrastructure offers routing support and the Cisco Automation suite to make sure of the specific KPIs each slice requires. As ASPIDER-NGI customer access requirements grow, Ultra’s multiaccess function provides seamless X-access convergence across cellular, Wi-Fi, and fixed line access. This creates the flexibility for higher aggregated bandwidth, access selection to balance service quality and cost, and connection redundancy. With the combined ASPIDER-NGI and Cisco solution, we can cover your services end to end from the cloud to the device across multiple access types to dynamically adapt and deliver the best mobile experiences, giving you the ability to deliver superior flexibility, agility, and performance beyond your toughest competitor.

“We are seeing huge increases in transactions and increases in device growth. This means we have to be able to scale at ever-accelerating rates but must manage the service delivery expansion as a seamless process.” Tony Craven CIO, ASPIDER-NGI

“Innovation is a mindset that you have to continually develop.” Jan Mooijman CEO, ASPIDER-NGI

 

Source: https://www.cisco.com/c/m/en_us/network-intelligence/service-provider/digital-transformation/aspider-on-demand-data-connectivity.html

When IoT makes sense for MVNOs

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Article from Knect365 (Informa) looking at the evolution of IoT MVNOs – with quotes from ASPIDER-NGI.

This Knect365 report explores when IoT is right for MVNOs, when an MVNO is ready to deliver IoT services, the growth sectors across different regions and whether the network is ready to deliver IoT services.

Across the globe, whoever you talk to in the mobile industry, one topic of conversation crops up again and again – the Internet of Things (IoT).

In Knect365’s latest MVNOs Market Survey, just under half of respondents (48.4 per cent) named IoT as the technology that would have the biggest impact on the industry in 2018. More than two thirds (68.8 per cent) said they would prioritise investment in technology in the year ahead, with IoT comfortably the biggest area of focus.

It is not difficult to understand why IoT attracts such interest from the mobile industry. The central concept of IoT is to turn electronic devices – from home appliances to industrial sensors, machine CPUs to public infrastructure – into networked devices. Cellular technology is seen as the natural solution to deliver machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity and data communication because it is long-distance, universal and, of course, mobile.

Estimates of the growth of IoT vary, but all anticipate enormous market opportunities. Gartner predicts that the total number of connected devices worldwide will more than double from 8.4 billion in 2017 to 20.4 billion in 2020. Business Insider puts the potential number of connected devices in 2020 at 34 billion, of which 24 billion will be IoT devices. Juniper Research believes by 2021 there will be 46 billion IoT devices alone.

Whatever the precise numbers, they all point to a huge growth market, with a large slice of its value available to network service providers. Total spending on IoT endpoints and services is already believed to exceed $2 trillion worldwide. The CAGR of IoT as a value stream is predicted to remain at around 30 per cent until at least the end of the decade.

These are heady figures for a mobile market that has been buffeted by falling margins for most of the past decade, brought about by the transition from voice to data markets, intense competition across the value chain, retail and wholesale price regulation, and the entry of OTT service providers into mobile.

Yet many in the mobile industry feel that IoT has been the ‘next big thing’ for five years or more, without any of the promised rewards materialising. The progression towards ‘smart’ cities, homes and industries, with advanced automation built around extensive device networking, has been more gradual evolution than revolution.

With the expected boom in demand for their services not quite materialising, many mobile businesses, and MVNOs in particular, have become hesitant about how the IoT opportunity relates to them. It sounds great, sure, but what does it mean in practice? What will my place be in the IoT value chain, and what do I need to change about my business to take advantage of it? And, crucially, when do I need to act?

In this report, the MVNOs Series will answer these questions by taking a closer look at the conditions that need to be in place for IoT to make sense for MVNOs. The discussion focuses on three key areas – market demand, network readiness and technology – before asking what MVNOs themselves must do to embrace IoT.

In doing this, we will summarise where some of the best opportunities for MVNOs exist in IoT, what differences in opportunity there are from region to region, and how MVNOs themselves can help to remove some of the barriers they face in entering the IoT market.

Download a copy of the report for all the insights – including comments from Thandi Damenet from TMForum, Sreenivas V from Plintron, David Traynor from ASPIDER-NGI and many more.

Source: http://telecoms.com/opinion/when-iot-makes-sense-for-mvnos/

 

 

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.

Partnership

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.”

Control

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.”

ABOUT 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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Oracle and ASPIDER-NGI in 3GPP R14 NCC Release

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Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control Enables Mobile Service Providers to Differentiate and Monetize Their Brand

Delivers agile online charging for high-growth mobile, cloud and IoT services

Redwood Shores, Calif., February 22, 2018 – Oracle today announced the latest version of Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control (OCNCC), a key product in their complete digital monetization portfolio which addresses communications, cloud and IoT services. A modern, standards-based online charging system for prepaid dominant mobile markets, OCNCC expands the reach of Oracle’s digital monetization portfolio to help service providers, mobile virtual network enablers (MVNEs) and operators (MVNOs) in high growth markets, introduce innovative and interactive mobile offers to rapidly and cost effectively monetize their brands. Key capabilities introduced in this new release include 3GPP advanced data charging and policy integration together with support for contemporary, cost effective deployments on Oracle Linux.

The pre-paid market for consumer mobile broadband and Intelligent-Network (IN) voice services continues to grow globally. Ovum forecasts1 that the market for pre-paid mobile voice and data subscriptions will grow from 5.5B subscriptions in 2017 to 6.0B subscriptions in 2022 with highest net growth in developing markets. In addition, the GSMA2 estimates there to be almost 1,000 MVNOs globally with more than 250 mobile network operator (MNO) sub-brands, all seeking growth through brand differentiation.

For such operators, OCNCC provides advanced mobile broadband and IN monetization, intuitive graphical service logic design and complete prepaid business management in a single solution. It supports flexible recharge and targeted real-time promotions, complete and secure voucher lifecycle management, and a large set of pre-built and configurable service templates for the rapid launch of new innovative offers. This is a critical as competitive pressures and customer expectations mount, causing service providers to need to rethink their services and how they can increase brand engagement and loyalty. With this evolution in services it’s imperative that underlying charging systems evolve to meet these changing business requirements – across digital, cloud and IoT services.

ASPIDER-NGI Use OCNCC

ASPIDER-NGI builds, supports and operates innovative MVNO and IoT platforms for Operator, Manufacturer and Enterprise sectors. We use Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control as part of our MVNE infrastructure allowing our clients to quickly deploy new mobile data and intelligent network services,” said David Traynor, Chief Marketing Officer, ASPIDER-NGI. “Our clients demand the controls to deliver competitive offerings to specific customer segments and to support their own IoT business models. This release provides us the agility to accelerate our pace of innovation with an online charging platform that supports the latest 3GPP technologies.”

3GPP Compliant

“Oracle Communications NCC aligns with 3GPP Release 14 Policy and Charging Control (PCC) standards, including Diameter Gy data services charging, and supports comprehensive SS7 Service Control (CAP, INAP, and MAP) for IN services. In addition, it supports integration with Policy and Charging Rules Function (PCRF) deployments, including Oracle Communications Policy Management, via the Diameter Sy interface. Such integration provides support for a wide range of value added scenarios from on-demand bandwidth purchases for video or data intensive services to fair usage policies that gracefully reduce mobile bandwidth as threshold quotas are met to ensure an optimal customer experience. Oracle Communications NCC may be deployed in a virtualized or bare metal configuration on Oracle Linux using the Oracle Database to provide a highly cost effective, performant and scalable online charging solution.”

“This major release of Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control reiterates Oracle’s continued commitment to provide a complete and cost effective online charging and business management platform for the pre-paid consumer mobile market,” said Doug Suriano, group vice president, Oracle Communications. “With new features including support for policy integration and deployment flexibility on a contemporary, open platform, we are offering our customers a modern alternative to traditional IN platforms enabling them to differentiate and grow their brands, and in turn, delight their customers.”

In addition to Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control, Oracle’s digital monetization portfolio also includes Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management and Oracle Monetization Cloud, which collectively support the rapid introduction and monetization of subscription and consumption based offerings.

 

  1. Ovum, TMT Intelligence, Informa, Active Users, Prepaid and Postpaid Mobile Subscriptions, February 09, 2018
  2. GSMA Intelligence – Segmenting the global MVNO footprint – https://www.gsmaintelligence.com/research/2015/03/infographic-segmenting-the-global-mvno-footprint/482/
[Source: https://www.oracle.com/corporate/pressrelease/oracle-communications-ncc-022218.html ]

ASPIDER-NGI on Enterprise IoT at Oracle Industry Connect

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Netherlands, Jan 18 2018. ASPIDER-NGI to speak on Enterprise IoT at Oracle Industry Connect.

Oracle Industry Connect is in New York on April 10-11.  The ASPIDER-NGI sessions focus on new IoT thinking in mobile data to support Enterprise and OEM  initiatives. Topics include solutions for service providers and corporates to rapidly deploy services for MVNEs supporting IoT. Because the focus is not just new revenue, the session also addresses IoT charging for business models. These new charging models are critical for new Enterprise applications and B2B/B2C value propositions.

“We are getting a lot of traction because our approach is disrupt the IoT connectivity market. We are therefore pleased to see that these topics are critical for industry leaders like Oracle.” says Jan Mooijman, CEO ASPIDER-NGI. “The issue is critical because large manufacturers face huge barriers in getting the IoT connectivity they need.” Jan continued. “As a result, our approach allows organizations to take control of their connectivity so they can deliver more value to their global customer base.”

More on ASPIDER-NGI IoT Solutions.

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Session Descriptions from Oracle:

Internet of Things: Is Your Network Ready for the Growth in Traffic? [BOC1061]

The hype about the Internet of Things is at a peak. The Third Generation Partnership Project has recommended machine type communication architecture that supports both broadband and narrow-band IoT. There is also much interest in the service capability exposure function as the key component. Along with the existing EPC core, this will therefore carry a massive amount of IoT traffic from devices to servers and platforms in the network. As IoT takes off as predicted, will the network be able to handle the increase in traffic? How will IoT services impact other network services? How will IoT service be monetized? Attend this session to learn more.

SPEAKERS

David TraynorChief Marketing OfficerASPIDER-NGI
Industry:  Communications
Session Type:  Breakout Session

 Generate New Revenues with Differentiated Mobile Services for IoT and MVNOs [BOC1088]

While seeking revenue growth, service providers, manufacturers, and corporations are looking to deploy new mobile data and intelligent network services. Therefore they have to launch differentiated offerings to specific customer segments, and enter new markets using mobile and virtual network operator models. As a result, this session explores the approach different service providers and corporations have taken to rapidly deploy and evolve innovative mobile services. Hence these may be deployed on one mobile network or by manufacturers on a mobile virtual network spanning multiple underlying mobile networks to support IoT services into consumer and enterprise markets. Learn about the role of packaged solutions in enabling these successful deployments.

SPEAKERS

David TraynorChief Marketing OfficerASPIDER-NGI
Industry:  Communications
Session Type:  Breakout Session

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

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