GSMA-Compliant eSIM Solution
eSIM, also known as eUICC, is a new embedded SIM which supports the GSMA remote SIM provisioning specifications. For consumer and M2M devices, it allows secure storage and remote management of multiple operator profiles on cellular devices. It brings greater flexibility and reduces the cost of managing IoT deployments, as well as allowing for smaller embedded or integrated form factors.
Tap into the limitless possibilities of IoT with GSMA-compliant eSIM solution from Arm. Whether you’re an MNO or IoT service provider looking to expand your customer base; an OEM wanting to build an eUICC into a device or an enterprise planning to scale up IoT deployments, we’ve got the best solution for you.
We offer end-to-end solutions covering all your eSIM requirements to provide one-stop ‘mission control’. The benefit of Arm is that you can also take advantage of the vast range of Arm IP and extensive ecosystem of partners.
Kigen SIM OS
Build your SIMs, eSIMs and iSIMs with our native and Java SIM, eSIM and iSIM OS.
Kigen RSP and OTA
Remote SIM provisioning (SM-SR, SM-DP and SM-DP+) and OTA services.
An Essential Guide to GSMA eSIM Certification
The GSMA eSIM certification helps ensure that IoT products are secure and interoperable. Explore the GSMA multi-level certification scheme and auditing steps.
Webinar: How to Maximize the Benefits of eSIM in Smart Utilities
We’re joined by the leading IoT and mobile solutions provider, Workz, and smart meter manufacturer, Iskraemeco, to discuss the limitations of traditional SIMs, and the benefits and practical considerations of eSIM technology for smart energy projects.
Our recent survey found that 22% of OEMs are not aware of eSIM
In our blog, find out why and how the entire ecosystem is evolving to ensure that eSIM and iSIM become mainstream technologies.
iSIM for More Integration
iSIM extends the eSIM innovation further to bring smaller, more power efficient devices and simplify supply chain for OEMs. Instead of a separate eSIM chip, iSIM is integrated in the same system on chip (SoC) as the device’s microprocessor. This new level of integration releases space on the device, reduces the bill of materials and has the potential to reduce power consumption of the device. Importantly, device and cellular module makers will be able to simplify their supply chain by receiving iSIM silicon with in-built SIM OS directly from chipset makers.
Discover how the Kigen team can help you get the most out of eSIM and iSIM.