SIMbae’s ability to actively manage the standard communications module functions via the SIM Tool Kit (STK) gives it the ability to improve the device’s experienced Quality of Service (QoS) and Service Assurance (SA) to rival that of fixed connectivity even when roaming.
SIMbae Credentials Exchange Manager (S-CEM)
The name was changed as the term “Key” was meant to indicate an application key, password, or other credential. The term Key caused confusion as it led some to assume it was related to the SIM authentication key or Ki, which we do not touch.
The S-CEM feature is the solution to the Secure It! use case, enabling the secure updating of IoT device and application credentials over the mobile network by turning the standard SIM in the device into an embedded security chip.
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Quickly and affordably develop, deploy, and manage IoT devices with SIMbae
SIMbae empowers the Standard SIM or eUICC to Provide Solutions to Network and Device related deficiencies in QoS, Security, and application standards that are impeding the mass deployment of IoT devices.
The expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) is a huge growth opportunity for vertical industries and IoT Service Providers, but there are challenges and risks. Often enterprises and IoT Service Providers can’t determine if a machine is not reporting in due to application or communications issues. The recent hacking of a Jeep while it was driving on a public road illustrates the risks to all IoT devices and segments. On the network side, millions of autonomous machines trying to access the mobile network at the same time can cause catastrophic network outages.
SIMbae by Able Device overcomes these challenges and risks by providing SIM based tools for managing IoT applications and device communications.
A Belief in Standards
Able Device’s belief in standards based tools and technology to enable seamless interaction between network and devices lead to their innovative product SIMbae.
Able Device was founded by a team of experienced embedded communications experts who believe in the transformative power of the Internet of Things (IoT) and it’s potential to reach mass scale.
Able Device believes that in order for the IoT to achieve mass scale, there must be seamless interaction between the network and autonomous devices, and that the pathway to that seamless interaction is achievable by implementing standards based tools and technology.