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Top Challenges holding back eUICC from mass adoption

eSIM growth is unstoppable, ABI research predicts there will be an estimated 420 million eSIM - equipped devices by 2020. With increasing demand  for eSIM comes the challenge of providing the enabling technology and infrastructure. That's where most IoT service providers and OEM's are finding their hands are tied.

This report highlight the opportunity eSIM offers and at the same time the challenges faced by the OEM's and IoT service providers that are holding them back from leveraging this opportunity fully and taking mobile customer experiences to the next level.

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Uncover the following challenges around eSIM adoption:

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Understand the reality of interoperability - does eSIM eliminate vendor lock-in completely and how?

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How to reach a point of seamless connectivity, why it needs a high investment to ensure quality of coverage at a competitive costs.

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Profile testing poses a big challenge as the process for configuring a profile differs for each service provider.

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Part of the Tata Communications Group

Oasis Smart Sim is a French and Singapore-based company providing a range of solutions for eSIM, iSIM and Cloud SIM deployment on 4G and 5G networks, owning one of the three GSMA certified sites in France. Our mission is empower Iot SP's to deliver on the eSIM promise without getting let down by the challenges around infrastructure and technology.

We offer a series of GSMA-certified hardware and software, smart connectivity management frameworks as well as 30 years of expertise in the industry. Since January 2021, Oasis has become a subsidiary of Tata Communication Limited, a global leader in providing MVNE services. We partner with Tata Communications to offer other elements of a full spectrum of the IoT platform including connectivity management, BSS and OSS support should this be required.