In this white paper, Kigen details the rise of 5G cellular, how it’ll power a surge in connected IoT devices, and the opportunity for OEMs.
A surge in connected IoT devices
A surge in connected IoT devices is imminent. By 2030, more cellular IoT devices are expected to be connected than mobile handsets.
This is especially true for small remote devices that require low data rates and long battery life. The key issue is how to provide IoT device connectivity cost-effectively and securely. This research explores the benefits of eSIM and iSIM technology, allowing companies across various sectors to deploy IoT solutions quickly, securely and cost-effectively.
The growth of cellular IoT connectivity is expected at over 20% per year for the rest of the decade. Surprisingly, mobile handset subscriptions are likely to be below 2% per year. The reason is that 5G does more to secure connected IoT devices than mobile phone users. As a result, it means a massive opportunity for device OEMs, especially with the development of iSIM, which expands the range of applications that IoT can manage.
Download your free copy today and learn more about:
- The coming boom in connected IoT devices.
- How to address the connectivity challenge.
- The future of Smart data.
- How iSIM can offer integrated security at the edge.
- How to enable a secure ecosystem.