What is the sim form factor and how is it used

Why is your phone’s SIM card so tiny compared to the one in your older flip phone? These miniature chips’ standardized sizes are all thanks to SIM form factors. Like clothes, SIMs have shrunk over time to fit the evolving designs of mobile devices.Initially, one form factor was the full-sized SIM, as chunky as a… Continue reading What is the sim form factor and how is it used

What is remote sim provisioning and how to use it?

Imagine managing hundreds of connected devices spread across different countries, each needing a unique SIM card and activation process. Remote SIM Provisioning (RSP) has arrived, revolutionizing how we connect and manage devices in the ever-growing Cellular IoT (CIoT) landscape. What is RSP? In essence, it’s the ability to remotely activate and manage a device’s SIM… Continue reading What is remote sim provisioning and how to use it?

All about International roaming data plans

  What is International Roaming? International roaming is your cellular phone’s superpower to stay connected while exploring the globe. It lets you send and receive texts, make and receive calls, and access the internet, even when you’re beyond your home network’s reach. When you travel, your phone connects to a local network, letting you text,… Continue reading All about International roaming data plans

A Guide to Mobile Data and eSIM for Improved Connectivity

Embark on an era of digital connection with eSIMs, the evolution of the traditional SIM card. Imagine one phone, seamless connectivity across borders, and no more fumbling with tiny trays.  Instead of a physical card, eSIMs are embedded chips within your phone, acting as virtual passports to mobile networks. Scan a QR code, download a… Continue reading A Guide to Mobile Data and eSIM for Improved Connectivity

A Guide to Mobile Data and eSIM for Improved Connectivity

Internet connectivity provided by a mobile network, allowing devices to access the internet when away from a Wi-Fi connection.   The term Mobile Data refers to the mobile internet, which allows your cellular device to do almost anything, like open your browser, Navigate, Post on Instagram, or upload a clip on TikTok, just as long… Continue reading A Guide to Mobile Data and eSIM for Improved Connectivity

How MNO is used when it comes to eSim

Like your familiar providers, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) have traditionally acted as gatekeepers to connectivity. They operate the infrastructure, manage SIM cards granting access, and connect you to the broader world. Think of them as the tollbooth operators on the information highway. However, the landscape is changing with the arrival of eSIM technology. Embedded SIMs,… Continue reading How MNO is used when it comes to eSim

What is Roaming?

  In mobile networks, roaming lets your phone stay connected outside your carrier’s coverage area. Imagine you’re traveling to a new city. When your phone can’t find a signal from your usual provider, it searches for another network it can connect to. This is where roaming agreements come in – behind the scenes, your carrier… Continue reading What is Roaming?

Mobile Network

  In our digital age, mobile networks are the invisible strings weaving us together.  These intricate systems of cell towers and radio waves allow our phones to connect, enabling calls, texts, internet access, and many online experiences on the go. This article delves into the fascinating world of mobile networks. We’ll explore their journey, from… Continue reading Mobile Network

Mobile Carrier

eSIM technology disrupts the traditional relationship between mobile carriers and devices. Here’s the dynamic: Carriers: Control: Set data plans and pricing for eSIM profiles they offer on their network. Opportunity: Attract new customers or offer competitive roaming packages for existing ones. Challenge: We need secure systems to manage eSIM profiles and prevent fraud. eSIM: Flexibility:… Continue reading Mobile Carrier

ICCID

The unique identification number of a SIM card, which stands for “integrated circuit card identifier.”