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Cellular IoT is transforming daily life. From self-driving cars to smart parking to autonomous farming equipment to consumer wearables like smartwatches, cellular IoT is used everywhere and in everything. The GSMA predicts that by 2025, there will be about 25.2 billion connected devices in circulation. Today, many deployments prefer cellular technology as the backbone of their connectivity because it is ubiquitous, reliable, cost-effective and can support multiple devices. Cellular connectivity also proviides a high level of built-in security.
Typically, IoT applications that rely on cellular networks for connectivity require SIM cards. Network providers use SIM cards to store profiles that authenticate a device and provide secure identification and storage. Yet, despite their efficacy and sheer numbers, the traditional SIM card design presents problems for cellular future. Explore how eSIM and iSIM are the drivers of innovation and opportunity.
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