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IoT SIM cards

InfiSIM’s IoT SIMs provide a seamless connectivity solution for anyone looking to implement small or large-scale IoT deployments. So whether you’re a local retailer looking to start your IoT journey, or a multinational corporation looking to install thousands of M2M connections, we have you covered.

  • Global coverage

  • Fixed IP / Dynamic IP options

  • Unsteered multi-network roaming

  • Aggregated data across your SIM estate

  • IoT SIM management

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IoT SIM specialists

At InfiSIM, we deliver leading connectivity solutions to businesses all around the world. Our IoT SIMs are powering a wide range of business use cases, from lift monitoring in smart buildings, to crop analysis in agriculture & farming.

IoT stands for ‘Internet of Things’. It’s used to describe the network of objects, or “things”, that contain software, sensors and other technology that enables them to connect to one another. The purpose of IoT is to use traversed data to automate processes and operate devices remotely. There are millions of different applications of IoT and it is utilised in every single industry to increase productivity, maximise accuracy and to reduce costs. IoT can be applied to large-scale machinery such as wind turbines as well as our everyday household items like our coffee machines.

At the end of 2018, there were 22 billon IoT-enabled devices. In 2022, this number has increased to 29 billion. That’s more than four times the amount of people on Earth. And what’s more, it’s estimated that 75 billion devices will be connected via the Internet of Things by 2025.

IoT systems are usually tailored to meet the specific needs of a business or end-user. However, most IoT devices transmit data in the same way. Here’s an example of how a basic IoT system works:

  1. Sensors

    A sensor or tracker within a device collects data. This could be temperature, pressure, lumens, motion, location or any other metric.

  2. Connectivity

    The data captured by your sensors is then transmitted to a cloud storage facility via M2M connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LPWAN or directly via a wired connection.

  3. Data processing

    This stored data is processed by software on the receiving device. The data is usually checked against a set of predefined rules to identify important information that the end-user requires.

  4. User interface

    Raw data that has been captured by sensors and traversed over to your device can be very complex. This needs to be turned into a format that is readable and useful for the end-user. This is usually sent to the end user in the form of an alert or notification such as a text or email. However, some data needs to be processed differently. In some cases, end-users may need to interact with the data you have received and make changes remotely. This is often the case with digital signage solutions when a motorway sign needs to be updated in relation to heavy traffic. And in other cases, an action may need to be performed automatically. For example, if an intruder is detected by a motion sensor on your remote CCTV solution, your security system can alert the police automatically, rather than sending an alert to your phone.

IoT SIM cards are data-focused SIMs that allow two or more smart devices to communicate with one another. There are a number of different types of IoT SIM, including multi-network SIMs, Fixed IP SIMs, eUICC SIMs and even LPWAN SIMs. Each of these different SIMs have unique features that enable businesses to deploy bespoke IoT solutions cost-effectively.

IoT SIMs are designed with automation in mind. Automating processes usually involves two or more machines that send and receive information. To do this, data must be traversed over a data connection. Standard SIM cards are designed for the consumer market and don’t come with the critical features or cost-efficiency businesses need when deploying IoT devices.

InfiSIM has established itself as an expert in the field of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity. With years of experience in the industry and a team of highly skilled professionals, InfiSIM has built a reputation for delivering innovative and cutting-edge connectivity solutions. We have a deep understanding of IoT technology and are well-versed in the latest advancements in the field.

We use this extensive knowledge coupled with our excellent customer service to help businesses across various industries to connect their devices, machines and systems to the internet, allowing them to collect, analyse and use the data generated to drive growth, increase efficiency and make better business decisions. With our focus on customer satisfaction, commitment to reliable connectivity, and our expertise in IoT, InfiSIM is the go-to company for businesses looking to take advantage of the Internet of Things.

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Industry leading connectivity features.

Benefits of IoT SIM cards

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We provide non-steered multi-network SIMs. This means your IoT devices will always be open to connecting to the strongest network in your area.

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Industrial M2M SIMs can operate and deliver reliable performance under the harshest of environmental conditions, including extreme temperatures.

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Deploying M2M SIM cards can be a very cost-effective option for your business. Allow your operations to run more efficiently and make significant savings.

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Remote maintenance

Our IoT SIM cards can be maintained, diagnosed and updated remotely thanks to OTA technology. Reduce engineer callouts with InfiSIM.

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Why choose InfiSIM as your IoT SIM card provider?

Connectivity for every situation.

IoT SIM cards are used in almost every industry

IoT technology is used in every industry. In fact, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that it can be found in almost every facet of everyday life. Whether it’s tracking your taxi to managing a fleet of sailing boats, IoT is embedded in our society.

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The Internet of Things is helping to transform agriculture and make farming easier for farmers. Data from crops and livestock that has been obtained through IoT sensors can be used by farmers to make informed decisions. Plus, remote security cameras are helping reduce the loss of machinery and equipment due to theft.

IoT in the fleet management & automotive sector

The automotive industry is a top contender when it comes to harnessing IoT technology. Connected cars are now the new normal, and fleets of vans and lorries are being fitted with M2M SIM cards to assist with supply chain monitoring and tracking.

Supply chain management in smart factories

IoT can help companies save money on fuel costs and driver fatigue by optimising routes and reducing idle time. Our NOVA SIM management platform also ensures SIMs aren’t being misused.

IoT in healthcare

By allowing doctors to monitor patients’ vital signs remotely, IoT reduces the need for expensive hospital visits and provides patients with the freedom to continue with their everyday lives.

M2M & IoT in retail

Installing IoT SIMs in payment terminals allows merchants to safely, securely and quickly take payments over a wireless POS system, even when in remote locations like festivals and other events.

IoT in smart buildings

Smart lighting and remote CCTV solutions are just two examples of how businesses are utilising IoT SIM cards to improve efficiency and security within their premises.

IoT in smart cities

The Internet of Things is leading cities into the future. As investments in IoT and M2M technology continues to rise, new smart solutions are being deployed across our cities. From enhancing public safety with automatic streetlights to reducing congestion with remote traffic management solutions, entire cities are now harnessing the power of automation.

IoT in utilities

The utilities industry is transforming thanks to the utilisation of IoT. Solutions such as smart meters are becoming commonplace in houses and offices to help manage energy usage. Plus, tracking devices are helping keep workforces safe in remote locations.

Any size for any IoT application.

IoT SIM sizes and form factors

Our IoT SIM cards are available in the following form factors

2FF SIM card

Mini SIM (2FF)

3FF SIM card

Micro SIM (3FF)

Nano SIM (4FF)

Embedded SIM (MFF2)

Embedded SIM cards are soldered to the circuit board of a device. Manufacturers often utilise them to prevent users from removing SIM cards and abusing them. They are also commonly used when an eUICC solution is required as SIMs do not need to be handled when provisioning SIMs over-the-air (OTA).

Manage your connectivity.

IoT SIM management

Visibility and control are key when deploying IoT SIM cards successfully, especially when you require hundreds or thousands of connections. That’s why we’ve invested heavily in our IoT connectivity management platform, NOVA. Get a birds eye view of your entire SIM estate and seamlessly manage your business’ IoT deployments from anywhere, on any device.

Get the competitive advantage and access almost any connectivity feature you wish to manipulate from with NOVA. Administrate your SIMs with ease, analyse data usage in real-time, enforce domain accessibility with whitelists and blacklists, set up usage alerts, and much, much more.

The 2G & 3G sunset is changing the IoT landscape as we speak. Take a look at our 2G & 3G sunset guide to find out how you can avoid any disruption to your business.

Stay connected.

Unsteered IoT SIMs

Our SIMs have unsteered multi-network capabilities. Non-steered SIMs do not have a default network. Instead, our IoT SIM cards are open to connecting to the strongest and most reliable signal mobile network in any location, automatically – regardless of whether they are physically static or in motion, enabling seamless and reliable connectivity at all times.

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Hayley Group adopted the InfiSIM platform for their Intelligent vending and business automation system as a standardised platform for our 4G based systems. The benefits Hayley Group achieved were in all areas of the platform, the major benefit to Hayley Group was a single management platform to see a fleet of machines through a single dashboard. The SIMs became multi network allowing additional redundancy to a single SIM carrier allowing our systems uptime to increase and aggregated data allowed for machines to reduce over charges and data outages. We have more control and cost savings achieved have led our business to engage in all our equipment being 4G ready.

Don’t settle for second best.

Find the best IoT SIM provider for your business

No two businesses are the same. Each one has different requirements and goals that they want to achieve when implementing an IoT solution. It’s important to find the most effective solution for your unique project as well as an IoT SIM provider that compliments your operations.

InfiSIM are IoT experts

Regardless of whether you’re a start-up looking for a connectivity partner or a multinational enterprise manufacturing IoT hardware; InfiSIM have the in-house knowledge and expertise to recommend and deploy an IoT solution that supports your unique business requirements. Contact our team for a free IoT consultation.