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A New eSIM Approach: emnify's New Platform Future-Proofs Connectivity

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With its eyes turned towards a “One eSIM, One Platform, One IoT SuperNetwork” sort of mentality, global cellular connectivity solutions provider emnify aims to constantly stir change into every project. The emnify team challenges itself to improve the very status quo of what makes the Internet of Things what it is; in this vein, the company has now launched its unique IoT eSIM platform.

The emnify IoT eSIM, anchored in the eUICC architecture, places previously inaccessible functionalities in the hands of users and, in the company’s own words, “unlocks sheer adaptability and scalability in the current IoT connectivity space.”

“The new emnify IoT eSIM is truly a generational technology shift, not only in leveraging previously unavailable SIM capabilities, but also in how best-in-class IoT connectivity is delivered," said Frank Stoecker, CEO and co-founder of emnify.

"By overcoming the limitations of how eUICC technology is applied,” he added, “we are able to make sure that all of emnify’s customers benefit by individualizing SIMs to their needs, and benefit from the most advanced and reliable cellular connectivity solution available."

Described as “a central pillar” of the aforementioned emnify IoT SuperNetwork, the new eSIM platform presents enterprises with “unrivaled control over their connectivity,” plus seamless-as-possible integration with their IoT application stack.

For the company on a larger scale, this presents a significant milestone. According to the emnify team, this represents the first IoT connectivity service to allow customers to tailor-make such an essential element like the SIM at scale and in real time. Its IoT eSIM platform tackles issues like limited device lifespan (due to power constraints and even basic design) in a head-on way, providing a future-proof SIM foundation for updating SIM profiles and configurations with more accessibility.

The long story short? With specialized IoT SIM capabilities, customers’ devices receive out-of-the-box connectivity anywhere in the world. A single SIM allows for connections with over 540 networks in more than 180 countries. And whether 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE-M or NB-IoT are required, one card from emnify seems to do it all.

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Edited by Alex Passett
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