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IoT device management platform Pelion, previously a unit within Arm, has been spun-out as a standalone business, wholly-owned by the UK chip design firm. At the same time, it has …

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We are probably all well aware of what a SIM is. Those fiddley thin pieces of plastic we, or the phone salesperson inserts into our new cellular phone when we …

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Embedded SIM (eSIM) technology is gaining ground in the connected ‘things’ space, which requires subscriber identity modules (SIMs) to be remotely provisioned and tamper proof, and often miniaturised for IoT …

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The SIM card, or subscriber identity module, is hardly perceived as cutting-edge technology, observes Vincent Korstanje, vice president and general manager of secure identity at chip-design company Arm. He conjures …

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Nordic Semiconductor is bundling an eSIM with 10MB of data into all its nRF9160 development kits. Network operators buying the company’s dual-mode LTE-M / NB-IoT nRF9160 system-in-package (SiP) can connect …

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