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In the Internet of Things (IoT), cellular-based deployments typically connect to the network using a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) originally designed for mobile phones and other consumer devices. Unfortunately, IoT devices behave differently, have different technical requirements and use different business models than consumer devices. Using traditional SIMs for IoT applications increases complexity and is not an effective long-term solution to connecting billions of IoT devices.

In this white paper, learn how choosing a SIM designed for the IoT delivers maximum coverage, performance and ultimate flexibility.

Download this white paper to learn about:

  • Where we are today: Traditional SIMs in the IoT
  • The challenge: IoT devices aren’t mobile phones
  • A world of IoT benefits: Maximum coverage & performance with ultimate flexibility
  • The Smart IoT SIM from Sierra Wireless: Tailor-Made for IoT Connectivity

Moving Beyond Consumer SIMs for the IoT

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