Simgo announces availability of virtual SIM platform

By : |February 17, 2014 0

RA’ANANA, ISRAEL: Simgo, the world’s first commercially available virtual SIM card platform for smartphones announced the availability of a new virtual SIM chipset that enables cellular users to benefit from reduced roaming costs, broadband global M2M, increased operational efficiency and optimal identity security.

Simgo‘s solution, which allows for the separation of the SIM card from the cellular device, is comprised of two components: a remote device which acts like a SIM and a cloud-based platform which physically contains tens of thousands of SIMs.

The remote device is available as either a smartphone cover, a self-contained module or a low power, 9x9mm chip to be integrated into equipment with cellular modules.

The completely fault tolerant platform allocates service to all devices dynamically, supporting on-the-fly switching according to any business logic, ranging from simply assigning local SIMs to adaptively choosing the highest throughput SIM at any given time and location.

“Finally, cellular devices and services can meet the needs of a global economy,” said Avi Ben Shlush, VP, Marketing of Simgo. “By breaking the physical connection between the SIM card and the cellular device, Simgo’s solution provides cost and operational efficiency to cellular users, distributors and device manufacturers around the world.”

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