‘Local break-out’ is the future for embedded vehicle connectivity, courtesy of eUICC

04 October 2016
Report type: Research Note
Author(s): Matt Hatton
Keywords: M2M, machine-to-machine, IoT, Internet of Things, automotive, car, roaming, data, eSIM, eUICC, IMSI, subscription, management
Companies: Aeris Communications, AT&T, Cubic Telecom, Ericsson, Globetouch, Jasper/Cisco, Vodafone
Number of Pages: 6

Historically, factory-fit embedded connectivity in vehicles was supported through a combination of roaming and/or a local SIM (either secondary or physically swapped out. The advent of eUICC offers much more attractive options for MNOs to support their global automotive OEM clients.

This Research Note examines the concept of ‘local break-out’ as a more appropriate way of supporting OEMs’ requirements for global connectivity.

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