SIM cards are an essential part of the value chain of mobile network operators and their security is non-negotiable. ESIM is an important evolution of network access technology, enabling increased mobility and easier access to mobile networks.
Nasser Salim, CEO of EDCH, said, “As a trusted business partner for dozens of mobile network operators for more than two decades, we are delighted to share with visitors to the Mobile World Congress the how we are transforming the SIM card industry by presenting the latest trends in eSIM provisioning as well as our customized SIM card solutions. It can not be overemphasized that high quality, reliable SIM cards help to minimize both revenue loss and subscriber discontent caused by difficulties in connecting to the mobile network. And for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications, eSIM already brings substantial benefits to operators and business customers. “
Designed according to GSM standards, EDCH’s innovative product line enables operators and mobile phone companies to deliver a seamless customer experience to end-users. By investing in SIM cards with the appropriate memory capacity, operators can benefit from installing applications on SIM cards using OTA (Over The Air) technology. Some of the most popular applications include the SIM toolkit and interactive messaging, while OTA roaming, or preferred roaming, is also possible.
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From its UAE-certified SAS plant, EDCH offers SIM cards that meet the needs of all operators, with short delivery times in the Middle East and Africa region. Available options include memory capacities ranging from 32 KB to 1 MB; support for Java and native applications; SIM, USIM and ISIM cards for access to 2G to 5G SIM card connector size networks, standard, micro and nano SIM; and M2M SIM.