Today eUICC is all about connected cars, but by 2024 will account for almost half of SIM sales
Machina Research has been tracking the development of the technology described variously as ‘eSIM’, ‘eUICC’, ‘subscription management’, ‘remote provisioning’, and several other terms. Briefly it is the ability to switch an active cellular device from one mobile network operator to another. The key reasons for wanting to do this are regulatory (i.e. to have local SIMs), commercial (i.e. to negotiate better with MNOs), and for redundancy.
This Research Note takes a look at the latest state of play for eUICC, adoption rates, and the likely evolution, including market forecasts.
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