eSIM Market Research Report 2019-2025

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In 2019, the market size of eSIM is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.

In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for eSIM.

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This report studies the global market size of eSIM, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).

This study presents the eSIM production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications. history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.


5G & eSIM: Failure Is Not an Option!

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This is the motto of German test solutions provider COMPRION for this year’s Mobile World Congress where they are presenting test concepts for 5G and eSIM. These make sure that products, services, and projects using these relatively new technologies experience a successful rocket launch and do not flop.
USIM/USAT Test Solution for 5G

Using their experience from the well-established USIM/USAT test solutions from 2G to 4G (COMPRION SIMfony) that are being used by nearly all test labs and smartphone manufacturers, COMPRION is also developing 5G test specifications as well as tests for the latest network technology. To this end, COMPRION is currently cooperating very closely with leading suppliers of network simulators. At their booth # 6I20, COMPRION will inform about the USIM/USAT test solution that is going to be launched mid-2019.


No More Interoperability Issues with eSIMs and Profiles

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COMPRION has launched a unique and independent test service. It helps eUICC manufacturers and MNOs by testing real eSIMs and profiles against each other, thus detecting and resolving compatibility issues in time.

What's the Problem?

„As more and more smartphones and smartwatches with eSIMs are coming to the market, we are frequently contacted by network providers who have problems integrating the devices into the network“, explains Dr. Frank 0berhokamp, Business Development Manager with COMPRION. “The problems occur mostly if eSIM and profile are not from one and the same manufacturer.“
Theoretically, one should think that profiles and eSIMs that conform to the specifications work together without any problem. However, the real world is much more complex. “Different interpretations on part of the developers and MNO-specific business cases that cannot be covered 100% by any specification lead to actual interoperability issues“, so Oberhokamp.

The Solution: Independent Testing Service

Validated COMPRION RSP Test Benches Support GSMA SGP.24 RSP Compliance Process

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The newly published GSMA SGP.24 RSP Compliance Process V2.0 now requires functional testing by industry certification schemes GCF, PTCRB, and GlobalPlatform. These certifications schemes are referencing validated COMPRION RSP test benches for conformance testing. COMPRION were the first to offer validated tests for the industry.

The GSMA SGP.24 RSP Compliance Process is the framework for proving functional compliance of an RSP consumer product. Conformance testing of the RSP functionality of an eUICC (also called eSIM) is now part of the GlobalPlatform certification program whereas eSIM devices such as smartphones, tablets, and wearables require GCF or PTCRB certification in order to be declared compliant to the GSMA Compliance Process.

Claus André Madsen, COMPRION Business Development Manager and chair of the RSP Certification Group within the GSMA, emphasizes the importance of the SGP.24 Compliance Process: “Product compliance is essential for ensuring interoperability within the GSMA RSP ecosystem, and the functional testing is key to demonstrate compliance of both: an eSIM and a device containing the eSIM.” Until now, functional compliance was demonstrated by the vendor’s own testing which is often a burden for the vendor. With the updated GSMA RSP Compliance Process, vendors can rely on COMPRION test benches. At the same time, mobile operators can rely on a consistent testing scope ensuring global interoperability.

Building a Custom Remote SIM Provisioning Infrastructure Made Easy – Full Control over Soldered eSIMs

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COMPRION introduces the SM-SR and SM-DP subscription managers at the MWC, by which MVNOs, service providers, and manufacturers of IoT devices with eSIMs can build their custom RSP infrastructure.

At the MWC, the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry held in Barcelona, 26 February – 1 March 2018, COMPRION shows the newest products in the field of eSIM and Remote SIM Provisioning (RSP). COMPRION SM-SR (Subscription Manager – Secure Routing) and COMPRION SM-DP (Subscription Manager – Data Preparation) provide GSMA SGP.02-compliant functionality, enabling especially Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs), service providers, and manufacturers of mobile IoT devices with eSIMs, for example, from the areas of smart living, automotive, or logistics, to build their custom remote SIM provisioning environment and thereby maintain control over their soldered eSIMs.

Introducing the eSIM – What Is It All About?

Validation of COMPRION GSMA SGP.23 Type B Device Tests Activates New GCF Work Item

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Testing consumer devices in terms of their RSP functionality including SM-DS becomes part of the GCF mobile type approval certification program

The tests specified as Type B by the GSMA are now part of the GCF mobile type approval program. “Manufacturers of consumer devices who want to use their smartphones, tablets, PCs, or smartwatches in the GSMA eSIM environment, now must prove that their devices correctly support switching of the operator. This is done by the GCF certification. It is an important step for a globally compatible eSIM ecosystem,“ explains Frank Oberhokamp, Product Manager for eUICC test solutions at COMPRION.

“Thanks to COMPRION these tests are now part of GCF“, Oberhokamp is delighted. The validation of the COMPRION GSMA SGP.23 RSP Device Test Bench on January 17/18, 2018, activated a new work item at GCF: GCF WI-276.

The GSMA – as the driving force and specification body for eSIM and RSP functionality – has developed a series of specifications with the aim of making the eSIM technology and the relevant services globally interoperable and reliable. GCF is one of GSMA’s industry partners providing certification for the eSIM technology using GSMA’s defined tests.

In November 2017, the validation of Type A tests has already led to the activation of the first GCF Work Item (WI-274) for device tests.

Certification of eUICCs – The Ticket for the GSMA eSIM Ecosystem

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Thanks to the GlobalPlatform qualification of COMPRION eUICC Consumer Devices card tests, test labs and card manufacturers are able to certify their eUICCs for the GSMA eSIM ecosystem.

To become part of the closed GSMA eSIM ecosystem, all applicants – meaning eSIMs, servers, and devices – must prove that they meet the GSMA requirements. “This ensures that the individual players authorize each other as ‘interlocutors’ and that they are able to communicate,“ explains Dr. Frank Oberhokamp, Product Manager eUICC Consumer Devices Test Solutions at COMPRION. The GSMA as “gatekeeper” of the eSIM ecosystem requires the potential participants to certify their products. “For the eUICC manufacturers, this means that they must pass the required tests of the GlobalPlatform Card Compliance Program successfully,“ according to Oberhokamp.

Test labs and eUICC manufacturers themselves must use a test solution qualified by GlobalPlatform. COMPRION has received this qualification during the last GlobalPlatform TestFest on December 13-15, 2017 in La Ciotat/France. Two COMPRION eUICC Consumer Devices card test benches have been qualified: 1) GSMA SGP.23 RSP eUICC Consumer Devices Test Bench (which checks the profile download) and 2) SIMalliance eUICC Consumer Devices Profile Package Test Bench (which checks the profile interpreter on the card).

Mobile Kommunikation mit eSIM schafft Wettbewerbsvorteile

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Materna und COMPRION vereinbaren Partnerschaft und unterstützen bei der Realisierung eSIM-basierter Projekte

Dortmund/Paderborn, 23. November 2017. Das international tätige IT-Dienstleistungsunternehmen Materna GmbH und der führende Anbieter von Testlösungen für die mobile Telekommunikation COMPRION kooperieren zukünftig im Bereich eSIM Consulting. Das Angebot richtet sich an Unternehmen, die durch die Einführung der eSIM-Technologie die Kosten ihrer mobilen Kommunikationsinfrastruktur reduzieren möchten, und gleichzeitig die Flexibilität haben möchten, den Netzbetreiber während des Betriebs zu wechseln. Hierfür bieten die Partner Beratungsleistungen, Workshops, Simulationsumgebungen und Lösungen für das Remote SIM Provisioning (RSP) in eSIM-basierten Umgebungen.

Ziel des herstellerunabhängigen Angebots ist es, Unternehmen auf die Nutzung der eSIM vorzubereiten sowie neue, zukunftssichere Geschäftsmodelle zu entwickeln und konkrete RSP-Anwendungen auf Basis der von Materna und COMPRION angebotenen Leistungen zu realisieren. Zielgruppen für die eSIM-Technologie sind beispielsweise Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), Hersteller von Internet of Things-Geräten, M2M-Systemanbieter (Machine-to-Machine-Kommunikation), Automobilzulieferer sowie Integratoren und OEMs.