TEAL and Kigen Team Up to Provide Groundbreaking SGP.32 eSIM Combination

TEAL and Kigen Team Up to Provide Groundbreaking SGP.32 eSIM Combination

Kigen and TEAL unveil a new SGP.32-supported eUICC solution compatible with TEAL cloud platforms for acceleration of global eSIM adoption.

TEAL, the first US-based eSIM platform to be certified by the GSMA, is partnering with Kigen to make available a version of the Kigen eSIM Operating System (OS) with SGP.32-ready features, preloaded with TEAL’s in-house SGP.32 Cloud Platforms (eIM, SM-DS).

This partnership is a game changer supporting Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and machine-to-machine (M2M) customers that will soon transition to solutions that support the new eSIM for IoT specification (SGP.32).

“The upcoming SGP.31/32 specification reduces the commercial complexity of switching between eSIM profiles and paves the path for LPWAN devices to leverage standardized RSP at scale,” observes John Canali, Principal Analyst for IoT at Omdia.

“We estimate this will boost global active cellular IoT connections by billions of new connections through 2028, aided by interoperability as companies adopt more adaptable solutions.”

TEAL’s wholly owned and patented eSIM Platform technology connects any device onto any data network worldwide, giving businesses everywhere the flexibility and control to remotely switch between networks over the air. With the GSMA’s consumer eSIM for IoT specification, SGP.32, becoming the go-to deployment model for eSIM, this partnership sets a new standard for the management of IoT at scale.

Kigen eSIM OS combined with TEAL’s SGP.32-cloud platforms prioritizes pragmatic steps to assist TEAL’s customers with the transition to IoT eSIM. The leading choice for energy-efficient devices, Kigen eSIM OS has undergone rigorous testing worldwide for interoperability across cloud platforms and eIM improving reliability and performance. OEMs looking to avoid battery draw for downloads of connectivity profile in-field benefit from the additional capability to embed connectivity profiles with in-factory provisioning before the device ships.

“We are thrilled to partner with Kigen to provide a comprehensive solution melding Kigen’s SGP.32 operating system (OS) and TEAL’s advanced eSIM Platform technology,” said TEAL CEO, Robert Hamblet. “This partnership will enable us to provide our customers with the most forward-thinking eSIM technology available, ensuring the highest level of reliability and performance for any IoT deployment.”

“Kigen is driving the collaboration around the dramatic simplification of IoT expected in the upcoming GSMA SGP.32 standard, and customers at the forefront of innovation need to prepare for this transition.” Kigen CEO, Vincent Korstanje added, “Our partnership with TEAL offers an outstanding combination of cloud and device level stack for eSIM technology at scale.”

This new solution available from Kigen and TEAL will streamline device integration and will facilitate broader eSIM adoption worldwide. Enterprise customers will also benefit from support for iSIM technology as physical eSIMs become a thing of the past.

Interested OEMs can reach Kigen and TEAL teams during CES 2024 between 9-12 January 2024.

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