Smart cities, autonomous vehicles, and connected industries represent far greater applications and potential. They also present complex challenges with security, form factor, power consumption and cost all standing in the way of diversification. The way to overcome them: the integrated SIM (iSIM) and new IP for cellular connectivity. Working together, iSIM technology and cellular IoT connectivity reduce device complexity, power, and bandwidth. The result: Scalable connectivity that’s reliable and secure across a variety of use cases.
Here’s how iSIM and cellular IoT connectivity helps developers unlock greater IoT potential.
The combined efficiencies of iSIM and IoT connectivity give developers more time to discover new opportunities and streamlines features to work faster for improved user experiences. Some examples:
When optimization improves efficiencies, developers have more time to figure out how to use iSIM IP to distinguish their IoT innovation in the market. For example:
Built-in security adds a final simplifying touch
iSIM technology gives developers industry-recognized security so they can focus on innovating and adding benefits in other ways. As a built-in layer with self-contained processing and encryption elements that meet compliance standards, there’s no tampering, no integration disruption concerns, and less effort required to ensure security while maintaining connectivity.
Read a whitepaper for more details on cellular IoT’s potential
Kigen’s eSIM and iSIM solutions make it easier to integrate SIM technologies and cellular IoT connectivity across devices and platforms to create new business models. Download the white paper Unlocking the Cellular IoT Potential for Chipset Makers to learn more.