Israel’s Simgo Launches World’s First Virtual SIM SDK for Cellular-Enabled Devices

Simgo boasts that its vSIM technology eliminates the need for a physical SIM within a cellular device.

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Israel’s Simgo, is a supplier of Virtual SIM technology and the world’s first cloud-based Virtual SIM platform provider. The company announced the availability of a Software Development Kit (SDK) for its virtual SIM (vSIM) platform.

This new SDK allows the cellular industry solutions to integrate Simgo’s vim technology within their own products.

Simgo boasts that its vSIM technology eliminates the need for a physical SIM within a cellular device. Instead, a solution provider can store a pool of SIMs in the cloud, or use Simgo’s global Sim-as-a-Service solution to instantly allocate any SIM to any vSIM-enabled device on demand. Different allocation schemes can be used, such as resource optimization, coverage enhancement, and on-demand high throughput. Simgo vSIM technology is completely MNO-agnostic, which the company says not only ensures cellular connectivity anywhere on the globe, but also provides control over which network operator is being used as well as the ability to switch network operators at the click of a button.

“Over the past year, we have seen growing demand from vendors in various vertical markets to use our vSIM technology inside their cellular-enabled solutions, ” said Mony Bulocinic, VP Sales at Simgo. “Our industry-first virtual SIM SDK offering meets the needs of product manufacturers that are looking to easily integrate, for a variety of reasons, a truly software-based virtual SIM solution.”
Simgo’s vSIM SDK ports easily and can run on any processor supporting ISO-7816 peripherals. This cross-platform portability enables product developers to integrate Simgo’s vSIM into any software platform (e.g., Android, Linux, Windows, etc.).

 

 

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