August 12, 2020
Webinar - KORE Webinar to De-Mystify eSIM for IoT
By Ken Briodagh, Editorial Director
The business world is global. No matter how small you are, your supply chain stretches thousands or tens of thousands of miles. Every step of that supply chain journey is ever-more in need of near-constant connectivity. And therein lies the ever-growing problem of global connectivity. Enter the eSIM.
It is critical for any size of business in any market, in any corner of the IoT to learn the ins and outs of the eSIM strategy for fixing many of the problems of global connectivity. Luckily for you, there will be a webinar sponsored by KORE and hosted by IoT Evolution teaching just that, and taking place August 20, at 11:00am ET/4:00pm GMT. Register now for “eSIM for IoT: Connectivity Continuity Without Borders.”
As KORE sees it, all market indicators point to eSIM being on the cusp of explosive growth due to the demand for out-of-the-box global connectivity & built-in resilience, led by businesses IoT strategy, regulation and new types of IoT use cases requiring flexible connectivity. Beecham Research projects eSIM growth will more than double worldwide from 28 million units in 2018 to 60 million units by the end of this year.
Even though there are huge benefits for eSIM, there is much trepidation in the industry, KORE says, to leap forward. There are plenty of excuses and objections, and the speakers will address them for you, while discussing the growth of eSIM, debunking eSIM myths, outlining key considerations to take into account in global IoT deployment, and looking at how best to scale securely with eSIM. Also, attendees will have the chance to take part in a Digital eSIM Readiness Poll that will help inform the market about eSIM options. Click here to register now.
John Chambers (News - Alert)
VP, IoT solutions
Research Director, IoT Omdia
IoT Evolution World
Ken Briodagh is a storyteller, writer and editor with about two decades of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.
Edited by Ken Briodagh