With outrageous advances in connected devices, adoption of E-SIM card to swiftly replace physical SIM cards is one of the most revolutionary developments underway. Developments such as machine to machine interaction and ubiquitous adoption of smartphones and connected devices are likely to instrument lucrative opportunities in global E-SIM card market.
User convenience such as ability to swap network services in real time, eliminating the need of physical SIM insertion is one of the most potential growth triggers in E-SIM card market. Other auxiliary benefits such as elimination of roaming charges in case of international travel, besides secure network infrastructure as opposed to their conventional physical counterparts is further ensuring ample growth in E-SIM card market. Elimination of physical SIM slots also renders limitless design flexibility in connected devices, further making room for sturdier batteries in compact gadgets.
Advances in connected vehicles is likely to serve as an apt growth supplement in E-SIM card market. Developments such as Hyundai’s maiden connected car launch in India will offer E-SIM card controlled features, augmented by a strategic partnership with Vodafone-Idea for seamless E-SIM integration in the car.
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Veterans Such as Telia, Vodacom, and Apple Integrate E-SIM Technology for Connected Device Convenience
Leading market participants in global E-SIM card space, backed by robust growth possibilities and emerging consumer preferences are fast engaging in novel product variations and portfolio diversification to remain industry specific, besides retaining consumer attention for preferred choices.
Amidst impressive user demographics of wearable and other ultra-high tech gadgets, emergence of dynamic E-SIM enabled devices has rightfully attained tangible traction. Telephone titans such as Samsung, Telia, Vodacom, and Orange, to name a few are fast upgrading their portfolio with novel innovations. In a recent development, Telia’s path breaking E-SIM technology will soon be integrated into Samsung’s recently unrolled Galaxy Watch in Finland. The development is likely to seamlessly enable the very first smart watch access on Telia Finland’s e-SIM network, without any conventional physical SIM card.
Samsung’s E-SIM enabled Galaxy smart watch is designed to offer users’ with vital information such as pulse rates, sleep patterns, and exercise regimen, with optimum water resistance. The product has been unrolled to significantly compete against Apple’s smart watch, enabling hi-tech technologies such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
In similar lines, Samsung wearable gadgets are anticipated to spot new growth horizons in South Africa with E-SIM technology taking a gigantic leap with Vodacom. Aided by a unique QR code, users’ profiles are directly connected in embedded E-SIM cards of smart gadgets, countering the need of conventional physical cards. Vodacom, a forerunner in telecommunications and E-SIM card technology is poised to perk up connected devices spectrum with E-SIM capability allowing easy connectivity across connected devices such as laptops, phones, smart watches, and even connected vehicles. Developments as such are envisaged to push the boundaries in smart gadgets, significantly replacing smartphones with other connected devices, allowing concomitant growth in E-SIM card market.