eSIM refers to the embedded SIM form (eUICC) or the ability to store multiple profiles and remotely provision them across a range of IoT and consumer devices. 2022 was a landmark year for this technology and all market indicators success that it will continue its hyper-growth for years to come, due to the demand in consumer and industrial use cases. Industry research carried out by Junipier Research suggests that the eSIM market will grow to $16.8 billion by 2027 and in IoT outpace smartphone eSIM by as early as 2026.
What is driving this adoption? Will it continue?
Business regulation, new types of IoT use cases, and a change in the supply chain are all factors driving the adoption of eSIMs for Original Equipment Manufacturers and Device Makers. This technology has the potential to revolutionize the way they design, manufacture, and distribute connected devices. But for many, understanding the choices and trade-offs is an untested or completely new area. So Kigen is here to help!
Kigen is one of the fastest-moving players in the eSIM enablement landscape, especially in the IoT space, and striking strong partnerships across the value chain, the company has grown quickly as a specialist in the ecosystem. Kigen has listened and learned from many OEMs and has crafted this webinar, bringing together the industry experts from Kigen and GSMA, to help you understand how eSIM adoption can be simple. By doing so, OEMS can help shape the future of connected devices and help redefine the way the world interacts and becomes more connected.
Discover the limitless possibilities with eSIM, by joining this webinar as we explore:
- eSIMs and connectivity choices
- How to understand eSIM standards; SGP.31 & SGP.32
- Customer success across industrial landscapes, such as smart metering, asset tracking, and logistics
- Customer success consumer eSIMs;
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