“Anyone looking to incorporate a SIM solution into their connected device that provides them reliable connectivity which can be scaled up should look no further than Pelion.”
Leverage our comprehensive, fully-managed, and end-to-end service incorporating connectivity provisioning, network access, secure data delivery, and compliance – all delivered on a single contract.
Flexibly connect your IoT and M2M devices to the best local traditional or low-power wide-area cellular networks and achieve comprehensive global coverage for your solution.
Incorporate agility and resilience into your systems with options to choose from multiple networks, flexible data plans, and evolving technologies such as eSIM.
The Pelion self-service dashboard gives you control of connection provisioning and visibility of your connectivity costs. Additionally, it provides insight into how your traffic is tracking against allowances and allows you to find and fix faults quickly.
Our standard IoT SIMs – both conventional UICC and the new eUICC – are available in all the usual sizes: Standard (2FF), Micro (3FF), and Nano (4FF). These offer a simple, cost-effective solution that’s ideal for use-cases where the device features an easily accessible SIM slot.
Our embedded SIM, also known as MFF2, is ideal for surface-mount implementations, provides space savings and increased physical security and resilience. Also available as either UICC or eUICC, this form-factor is the right choice when space is at a premium and ruggedness is essential.
eSIM – and its ability to remotely provision new network access profiles to in-service IoT devices – will be the strategic choice for most use-cases. What’s driving this thinking? Well, it satisfies the need to change network access that might otherwise be offset by the cost or impact of enacting this change. The classic example is an offshore wind turbine, where “truck-rolling” an engineer to site for a swap-out of the physical SIM card is decidedly impractical. Now, with eSIM, it’s easy: a new profile is downloaded over-the-air and activated to swap network access.
IoT success stories
Nube was founded based on a vision of IoT as a combination of technologies and services with the power to deliver broad ranging and truly transformative benefits. Today Nube apply their solution to the liquid petroleum gas market helping both the end consumer and companies supplying and delivering the LP gas.
Tangerine offers an AI-powered data analytics platform, which combines in-vehicle smart data collection devices with mobile and web-based services to provide actionable insights for fleet management, vehicle health, shared mobility and insurance telematics applications.
SAVORTEX is striving to bring data-driven hand hygiene to change user behaviour in traditionally environmentally unfriendly and unhygienic workplace facilities. With 1 in 5 people not washing hands and considering that 80 percent of all infections are transmitted by hands, its costing employers $225.8 billion annually, and leading to a loss of user confidence and productivity.
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