Oasis Smart SIM announces today that it has been collaborating with Tata Communications to implement an end-to-end embedded connectivity solution in the recently-unveiled Tata Communications MOVE mobility and IoT platform.

This will enable its enterprise customers’ mobile devices to connect seamlessly to the company’s global network, which provides them with enterprise-grade, secure connectivity across 240 countries and territories.

The Oasis solution includes the supply of bespoke SIM and eSIM products to Tata Communications’ enterprise customers, together with the set-up of a state-of-the-art delivery and remote SIM provisioning center located in Singapore.

Oasis’ custom-designed products and solutions are derived from EOS and Helios product ranges which were developed per the GSMA Remote SIM Provisioning technical specifications, but also offer cost-effective and technology-agnostic methods to implement profile provisioning in the IoT space. The solution is fully integrated with the Tata Communications MOVE platform through APIs.

Mick Higgins, VP of Mobility, Tata Communications:

“At Tata Communications we believe that everything should be ‘born connected’, with embedded connectivity within everything, and for everyone. Incorporating Oasis Smart SIM technology into Tata Communications MOVE will play a part in how we will enable our enterprise customers to connect seamlessly around the world, as they look to drive their digital transformation with the latest mobile technologies.”

Olivier Leroux, CEO, Oasis:

“At Oasis Smart SIM we’ve been working for years to provide a full end-to-end embedded connectivity solution based on the secure and reliable USIM technology. Our technology is already embedded in millions of devices in form of cards, modules or Integrated UICC. Our collaboration with Tata Communications is a further demonstration of the strength of our technology expertise.” – Communications Today Bureau


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