Press Release

The Netherlands, May 7, 2018. ASPIDER-NGI, provider of independent mobile solutions for managing IoT connectivity, announced new eSIM profiles for IoT eConnect. The new profiles provide preferred coverage across Europe at under €10 per GByte.

The new profiles also include global coverage from 575 operators with full control of coverage options. These rates provide usage pooling across devices to avoid the breakage and overage lock-ins of the old voice-based sales models. These profiles are also available as donor profiles for clients to load into their own eSIMs.

This release includes a fully GSMA compliant eSIM solution that includes multiple profile support. The supplied bootstrap is a multi-IMSI bootstrap profile from multiple Tier 1 operators. “Out of the box this delivers 4G data connectivity across Europe at under €10 per GByte. And we include full usage pooling and full connectivity control.” stated Rogier van Leeuwen, VP of IoT Product at ASPIDER-NGI. “Having a competitive and universal bootstrap profile preloaded on the eSIM allows clients to jump-start their IoT projects and reduce complexity of profile selection.”

“Not only do eSIMs help our clients avoid SIM swaps, clients are also using our bootstrap to meet their 2G, 3G and 4G connectivity requirements.” continued Rogier. “Our eSIM also gives clients the option to load their own profiles from their operator partners, and still retain the flexibility and control they need.”

The eSIMs are available in a wide range of formats including MFF sizes. The eSIMs include integrated over the air management of the IMSIs and full GSMA compliant Subscription Management. “Our eSIM Connectivity Hub allowed us to be one of the first to release eSIMs to the industry.” added Jan Mooijman, CEO at ASPIDER-NGI.

“We are continuously improving the global coverage of IoT eConnect and will be adding more and more profiles before the end of the year to satisfy the needs for a wide range of IoT projects – many of which are focused on Enterprise and OEM applications.” continued Rogier. “In the coming months we plan to extend our global LTE coverage, and provide more eUICC control options including remote application management on our clients’ eSIMs.”