After decades at the heart of connected devices around the world, the removable SIM card now has a smarter sibling: the embedded SIM. The new eSIM GSMA specifications now extend beyond the companion device thus creating a greater demand for connectivity at the touch a button. Will you be ready?
The average household will have 24 connected devices by 2019 and conservative estimations predict 50 billion connected devices by 2020. - Connolly (CIO)
Fast-moving mobile operators can reap the benefits of partnering with eSIM manufacturers to capture a shifting market—allowing for a smoother experience for technological interaction.
Manufacturers will produce over 100 million eSIM enabled devices in 2019 which will only accelerate in years to come. - GSMA Intelligence
As a leading innovator in SIM technology, Truphone enables mobile operators to rapidly roll out support for eSIM enabled devices by providing a complete "as-a-service" solution. Our GSMA accredited platform offers you end to end control over the life cycle of an eSIM and can be integrated with existing SIM fulfilment processes.
Getting connected with eSIM technology can be complicated, so we've made it easy to get ahead of your competition. Here are just some things you don't have to worry about:
A RSP solution that's tried and tested by UL Transaction Security and interoperable with leading eSIM vendors.
SAS-SM Certification by GSMA and configured with the public key infrastructure supplied by DigiCert.
Complete integration including BSS/OSS, front-end APIs and key components like an Entitlement Server.
Generation, management and hosting of operator profiles aligned to GSMA specifications.
Our experts built a complete eSIM solution and can provide you with all the necessary technology and expertise to get your network integrated in just 12 weeks. We will even get you up and running with no upfront fees or long term commitments.
Setup your profiles with no upfront cost.
2 - 4 Weeks
Integrate with no volume commitments.
4 - 12 Weeks
A simple flat-rate pricing structure.