Telit Adds Local Native IoT Profile to NExTPlus eUICC SIM


Roaming is important when it comes to IoT. Using these services requires connecting wirelessly to a mobile network to transmit data. Now IoT company Telit, is making it possible for its customers to overcome roaming restrictions with the expansion of its connectivity offering.

Telit offers a portfolio of enterprise-grade wireless communication and positioning modules that simplify the onboarding of connected things.

This latest move will see a service provider's local native IoT profile being added to its eUICC-compliant NExTPlus SIM, so customers get zero-touch switching between Telit network NExT and local MNO profiles from a single SIM.

"Given rapidly advancing technology and business models, the IoT connectivity ecosystem can bring about unknowable disruptions,” said Tomer Lavie, head of Connectivity business unit, Telit. “With IoT becoming an integral part of devices across all industries, a true global SIM with no limitations and with billing, monitoring, IoT orchestration and platform all from a single vendor, offers a competitive advantage."

A good use case example of the one-SIM, full-lifecycle, multi-IMSI, multi-profile solution is for multi-country deployments, with the U.S. being one of the markets. To overcome roaming issues and optimize service quality, NExTPlus customers in the U.S. will use the local native service provider's profile – either pre-installed or downloaded – and they will get a single SKU to manage all aspects of the IoT deployment at scale.

NExTPlus also allows customers to remotely and securely change the attributes and features of the SIM and module using Telit's Connectivity Management Platform.

"Telit NExTPlus delivers both global coverage and the flexibility required to optimize coverage and costs across network technologies, including LTE-M, NB-IoT, VoLTE and 5G. These capabilities are increasingly critical as mobile networks around the world ramp up the pace of evolution with new cellular services and operating parameters," said Lavie.

Edited by Erik Linask
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