Testing and Evaluating IoT SIM Card Performance
Join Howie Lim U, Director of Technology at Asia Mobiliti and Antti Korhonen, Head of Account Management at Onomondo on February 22nd at 5 AM EST. These two experts will share the findings of Asia Mobiliti’s latest R&D into signal quality, data usage and power consumption of cellular IoT SIM.
Asia Mobiliti will take you through their testing process and the real-world test results – and what you should consider when comparing SIMs. We’ll dive into the specifics of testing and evaluating IoT SIM card performance, involving network signal and coverage performance, TLS data packet size reduction, and TLS power consumption.
Asia Mobiliti will recap their real-world test results including:
- Network signal and coverage test, evaluating PLMN lists impact on connection stability.
- Reduction of data packet size test, evaluating TLS Connectors’ impact on data transmission.
- Power consumption test, evaluating TLS Connectors’ impacts on power consumption.
Why test SIM cards? SIM cards are essential for connecting IoT devices to cellular networks. They are the key that enables a secure and stable connection to the network, allowing devices to send and receive data, use applications, and perform different functions. SIM cards are used in all cellular IoT applications, such as asset tracking or remote monitoring. Companies that want simple, plug-and-play solutions often choose cellular connectivity over alternatives like Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
Cellular technologies such as 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE-M, and NB-IoT are also ubiquitous, allowing companies to stay flexible and scale their IoT solutions. Knowing if you have the best connectivity available is key to creating the most effective IoT deployments and business cases.
Key takeaways from this webinar include:
- The best way to set up a test
- How to choose the right parameters
- The pros and cons of field vs. lab testing
- How to test and evaluate IoT SIM cards
- What really matters when testing SIM cards
- and much more!