Next generation eSIM designed to simplify IoT connectivity

November 23, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Next generation eSIM designed to simplify IoT connectivity
A true global eSIM, KORE OmniSIM™ provides zero-touch provisioning and global resilient connectivity that targets the rapid growth of the IoT.

KORE has launched KORE OmniSIM™, a true global eSIM that makes IoT connectivity more accessible and seamless across the globe. It provides next-generation connectivity with zero-touch provisioning and global resilient connectivity.

"The launch of OmniSIM further positions us as the leading eSIM provider for the Internet of Things," said KORE President and CEO Romil Bahl. "We're entering what I like to call the 'Decade of IoT', and in order to deliver on the growth that we expect, eSIM technologies will be a key enabling factor to the explosion of IoT globally.”

OmniSIM allows customers to leverage zero-touch provisioning and true global connectivity for out-of-the-box coverage that ensures IoT systems are always on the right network for a customer's service needs. There are two offerings within the product suite: OmniSIM Reach™ and OmniSIM Rush™. These are the first of many scheduled offerings with more planned for early next year.

OmniSIM Reach provides global connectivity on KORE eSIM technology and enables roaming access to nearly 600 networks in 198 countries. It is differentiated in the market through its delivery of resilient coverage across multiple available networks per country. Built on a centralized multi-IMSI design, OmniSIM Reach combines KORE roaming sponsors so that customers get the best price while maintaining the widest coverage.

OmniSIM Rush is an extremely powerful eSIM offering that is designed to deliver high-bandwidth performance, while maintaining flexible and automated carrier options. It removes the headaches often associated with global IoT deployments and is an optimal product for high-usage plans from 100 MB/month and up. OmniSIM Rush is available in the U.S. and Europe through 61 networks in 34 countries.


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