Product

iSIMconnect picture

iSIMconnect allows IoT device and board manufacturers to connect an iSIM seamlessly to COMPRION RSP test tools. It comes with a built-in APDU translator that is adaptable to any command set, for example, AT+CSIM and is just as easy to integrate as a traditional PC/SC card reader.

September 24, 2019

Now new: Connect and talk to your iSIM

<iframe allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen frameborder="0" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/aR3GY23IVPk" height="420" width="750"></iframe>

 

COMPRION presents iSIMconnect, a connector and translator that allows manufacturers of boards or modules to establish a connection, talk to their iSIM, and test it extensively.

In recent years, the SIM card has shrunken step-by-step to the tiny eSIM. But that’s not all: there are already some implementations with the (e)SIM being no discrete component anymore. Instead, this new iSIM is fully integrated in a chip, a so-called system on chip (SoC).
Currently not standardized, iSIM devices may support a wide range of different protocols to communicate with the iSIM. This diversity makes it very difficult to test the iSIM functionality sufficiently.

Testing the iSIM

Nevertheless, the UICC functionality must be tested. That’s why COMPRION has developed iSIMconnect, a connector and translator that allows manufacturers of boards or modules to establish a connection, talk to their iSIM, and test it extensively. In doing so, all proven COMPRION eSIM and RSP test tools, for example, the conformance test benches and the allrounder for working with eSIMs and profiles, eUICC Profile Manager, can be used to test the iSIM thoroughly.

As easy to use as a standard PC/SC reader

iSIMconnect fits in like a standard card reader, except that it is only virtual. It enables testers to set up a communication channel between test software and the iSIM and shows the APDUs in detailed views for analysis. Today, iSIMconnect supports the AT+CSIM command set to provide generic SIM access, but the flexibility of the tool allows to adapt to any type of translation algorithm.

Keen to learn more? Just click here or get in touch with us: sales(at)comprion.com


Latest news

Risks When Using Discontinued Hardware Test Tools

Don’t worry, COMPRION is not discontinuing its hardware tools. However, some companies in the industry occasionally exit certain business areas, as…

Read more

Behind the Scenes: Turning Specs into Approved Test Tools

Ensuring real compliance with technical standards is crucial for preventing interoperability issues in mobile devices. This process relies on robust…

Read more

Contact us!

If you cannot find what you are looking for, leave us a note and we will get back to you as soon as possible.