For cellular IoT to scale faster across all verticals, more needs to be done in relationships across both the semiconductor and cellular ecosystems to simplify the cellular device supply chain while maintaining high-security requirements. With this shared objective, we at Kigen are working with AT&T to bring down barriers, enabling the integrated SIM (iSIM) form factor and much more.
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, we’re joined by Liron Ben Horin, VP of Systems Engineering at OneLayer, to discuss the security vulnerabilities affecting devices connected through 5G and LTE in manufacturing environments, and how OneLayer, a company providing enterprise-grade security to private LTE/5G networks, can help.
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floLIVE Introduces an iSIM Providing Regulatory-Compliant Global Connectivity for Connecting IoT Devices at Scale - NewsJanuary 13, 2022
The solution leverages the smaller size, lower cost, and increased efficiency associated with iSIM technology, combined with an advanced LPWA chipset for NB-IoT, CAT-M, and local breakouts — all contributing to improving latency and extending battery life.
AT&T and Kigen are working together to help customers streamline their supply chains and reduce the time to market for enterprises who want to leverage SIM, embedded SIM (eSIM), and integrated SIM (iSIM) secured connectivity deep in their IoT devices.