2019 focused on the key regulatory changes taking place in the industry. Find more about 2019's content below.
More about eSIM
With the development and introduction of embedded SIMs, operators are faced with a number of challenges and opportunities. Understanding how operators can best position themselves to take advantage of the technology and how they should approach some of the perceived challenges are the underlying themes fueling the eSIM focussed track in 2019.
e-SIM Connect will draw on current experiences and case studies from around the world, identifying the impact that eSIM has already had.
The only place for the e-SIM community to meet
Our e-SIM Connect meetings attract the key players in this space including operators, device manufactures, SIM/e-SIM/multi-SIM manufacturers, SIM/e-SIM provisioning providers and many more.
Most interactive format
In order to enhance learning and networking, the e-SIM Connect event consists mainly of open debates, panels and round-table discussions.
Key industry players in attendance
There are no other e-SIM only dedicated events where the key industry players can exchange ideas, learn about opportunities and the latest developments in the e-SIM field.
Meet our e-SIM Speakers
Top eSIM Focused content
What has the eSIM iPhone launch changed? Discover more about the latest developments
What are the prospects eSIM deployment within the next two years?
The additional revenue generators for operators enabled by e-SIM - More connected devices; increased data plans?
The opportunities presented by eSIM in the IoT space
How choosing your operator from a list of others will work in practice - What will this list look like and how are customers made aware of plans/bundles from multiple MNOs?
The alternative technologies to e-SIM - Soft SIM and virtual SIM – and what their place in the market will be
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Learn more about eSIM
The wireless world is changing, and quickly. From devices to applications, network infrastructure to how connectivity is managed and sold, nothing stands still in the cellular space. Read this eSIM and IoT report to learn more.