eSIM for IoT
Valid’s eSIM for IoT solution.
For longer lifespan, ruggedness and tamper-proof IoT devices, meet our eSIM for IoT solution.
The number of IoT connections is expected to double by 2025 (105% growth), which would lead to 24.6 billion connections, generating USD $1.1 trillion in revenue. Meanwhile, SIM connections will grow 10%, reaching 8.8 billion.
Based on the latest version of GMSA SGP 02 specification, mioSIM eUICC IoT has been designed to push pre-provisioned MNO profiles to the eSIM on boarded on the IoT device. Together with VALID eReach SM-DP (Subscription Manager Data Preparation) and VALID eReach SM-SR (Subscription manager Secure Routing) IoT device makers and service providers can easily manage their IoT devices’ connectivity using a single eSIM SKU world-wide¹. Valid is working in new and imaginative solutions to cover the IoT space, in advance to SGP.32 new IoT specification.
According to ABI Research, a 143% growth in industrial products (M2M) that are eSIM-enabled is expected to increase from 95 million units in 2018 to 231 million units in 2024.
We enable remote management of wireless devices and subscriptions for the entire IoT ecosystem.
We offer eSIMs for the most diverse types of connectivity & environment challenges.
Secure, encrypted protection to your devices, guaranteeing improved authentication with the mobile networks.
Benefits for Service Providers
The eSIM for IoT solution is designed to enable service providers to get a role in the value chain.
Cost Control: to be able to swap MNO connectivity by pushing a different profile onto the card, it gives service providers power of negotiation towards MNOs to get the best connectivity tariff possible in the country/region.
Expanded project coverage: to use the same IoT devices across regions.
Security based features: eSIMs offer an additional security component that is not found in previous SIM cards as eSIMs can act as a secure element embedded inside the device. Inside the eSIM chip, in addition to connectivity, other applications can be included such as mechanisms for sending information, location, operation, or device identification. Since they are inside the device and cannot be altered, eSIMs can be used as a mechanism to prevent falsification of reported information.
5G ready: On 5G networks IoT devices can benefit of lower latency and extended number of devices per network cell avoiding connectivity quality issues due to congestion.
IPA as value proposition.
eIM as both product and as operational service.
Benefits for the device makers
Support of IoT protocols
No need to User Graphical interface in the device
Flexibility in the RSP: it could be initiated from multiple components, such as local from an attached device or remote from a network console or a web interface.
Brings control to the user having access to eIM: RSP could be initiated by multiple users, the device maker, the Contract Manufacturer, the end user, the service provider(s). Decision is made by device maker.
eSIM + Dynamic multi-IMSI solution
Since IoT connectivity is boosted by the eSIM, eUICC ecosystem still has its downsides: any IoT deployment using eUICC that wants to change MNO can do so, however it is required first to check that the new MNO is suited with the corresponding SM-DP and it requires integration with IoT Service Provider’s SM-SR. As a result, IoT deployments might suffer significant downtime.
The Multi-IMSI benefits
While an IMSI (International Subscriber Identity) is a globally unique number used to authenticate the device on a cellular network, the Multi-IMSI is a Java application running on the SIM able to swap IMSIs following a predetermined business rules & logic. That means IoT devices can switch cellular networks using a single MNO profile.
As a result, Multi-IMSI connectivity means connectivity service is instantly available with no further integrations over all countries and networks the host MNO has roaming agreements with.
The only Multi-IMSI downside is about its regulation. Some countries’ regulators and/or MNOs don’t allow Permanent Roaming. That means, IoT devices cannot use a foreign IMSI to authenticate and connect in a local network during the whole device lifecycle.
eUICC ecosystem is the solution for those countries where Permanent Roaming is banned.
As a result, the combination of eUICC + Multi-IMSI technologies maximizes the geographical scope using a single eSIM SKU while minimizing the integration and testing burden & associated extra costs.
Learn how Valid’s eSIM for IoT can revolutionize
the IoT ecosystem in the world.
With Valid’s eSIM solution it’s possible to serve a global deployment and virtually all MNOs with a single device variant, dramatically reducing costs for warehousing, logistics, and distribution.
By eliminating plugin SIMs, we reduce accidental damage during deployment and ensures that IoT solutions are dust and waterproof while strengthening durability in extreme conditions.
The Industrial and Automotive grades of mioSIMs eSIM ensure extended lifespan and data retention for longer operation in the field.
The eSIM is soldering during secure manufacturing hardens to tamper resistance and protection against cyberattacks and hacking, all while hosting critical applications and sensitive device data with advanced encryption.
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