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e-SIM Connect 2017, London | 14-15 November 2017 | Booth no. 4

Be Prepared for the Connectivity Revolution

Did you know that in 2020, the estimated number of IoT-connected devices will reach 38.5
billion? 

For the internet of things, the embedded UICC, also known as eSIM, as well as contactless technologies like NFC play elemental roles. But there are challenges in implementing globally interoperable connected services and products for everyone involved in the ecosystem:

  • How to access a SIM ones it is permanently soldered into the device?
  • How to prove that changing an operator profile works as intended?
  • How to identify technical issues without disrupting the daily business?
  • How to assure that the today's technologies are interoperate also in the new IoT world?

In recent years, we at COMPRION have worked intensively and passionately to find answers to these questions.

At the e-SIM Connect 2017 in London, you can get a live impression of our powerful test solutions:

  • eUICC Profile Manager – Explore how to manage your SIMs through the entire life cycle
  • RSP Platform – Get your hands on our remote SIM provisioning test solution for M2M & consumer devices
  • COMPRION Network Bridge – Discover our lean software solution for testing remote provisioning capabilities of non-soldered (e)UICCs

We are looking forward to welcoming you at booth no. 4!

RSP Platform

RSP Platform

The flexible platform for the simulation of M2M & Consumer Devices remote SIM provisioning scenarios

  • Remote administration and provisioning in lab environment
  • Simulation of: eUICC, SM-DP+, SM-SR
  • Flexible setup configurations

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eUICC Profile Manager

eUICC Profile Manager

The modular tool for efficient eSIM life cycle management

  • Load, enable, disable, and delete eUICC profiles
  • Scan and update file systems
  • Create or delete EFs

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COMPRION Network Bridge

COMPRION Network Bridge

The lean software solution for testing remote provisioning capabilities of non-soldered eSIMs

  • Direct connection of M2M or consumer device (e)UICCs with back end servers

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Related Product Updates

COMPRION First to Release RSP Device Test Bench

COMPRION First to Release RSP Device Test Bench

In line with the just published GSMA SGP.23 test specification for Remote SIM Provisioning (RSP) of eUICCs in consumer devices, COMPRION has announced the release of a corresponding device test bench.

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Testing if an eUICC Profile Works as Intended

Testing if an eUICC Profile Works as Intended

COMPRION offers a new test bench that contains all tests from the SIMalliance “eUICC Profile Package: Interoperable Format Test Specification, Version 2.1”.

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GSMA RSP Test Specification for Consumer Devices Accomplished with Support from COMPRION

GSMA RSP Test Specification for Consumer Devices Accomplished with Support from COMPRION

New developed tests within SGP.23 ensure worldwide interoperability and improve quality of eUICCs, devices and servers.

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Make sure to attend the industry panel discussion!

Make sure to attend the industry panel discussion!

"How will multiple standards influence the possibility of interoperability?"

Hajo Sandschneider, Marketing Director, COMPRION
15. November at 9:10

Related Industry Insights

eSIM: Standardization is Key for Interoperability

eSIM: Standardization is Key for Interoperability

An interview with Jean Christophe Tisseuil, Head of SIM Technology and Arnaud Danree, Technical Product Manager, Connected Living Programme from the GSMA.

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NFC Interoperability in Automotive

NFC Interoperability in Automotive

The automotive industry is certainly going to be one of the key industries when it comes to widespread application of NFC technology. Users, however, will only embrace this if they benefit from additional services.

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What Is an eUICC? - And What it Is Not?

What Is an eUICC? - And What it Is Not?

This article gives an overview of the GSMA specifications concerning embedded UICC (short eUICC), especially the infrastructure needed to provision and personalize such an entity in the field.

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