SIMgine™ Revved Up to Showcase How It's eSIM Technology Is Powering the Internet of Things at NXP FTF

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Gwynedd, Wales - May 18, 2016 - ​Simulity Labs Ltd will be unveiling its flagship eSIM operating system called SIMgine for NXP FTF on May 16th through 19th in Austin, Texas. The eSIM was the most talked about disruptive technology at this past Mobile World Congress in February this year.  With the recent advent of AppleSIM, Apple’s own version of eSIM, all the stakeholders are getting ready for the next revolution in mobile communications, including NXP Semiconductors and Freescale Technologies who merged last year to form one of the largest semiconductors in the world.

SIMgine will be showcased during the four-day event to show how IoT devices can be securely connected and remotely provisioned.  SIMgine’s™ secure remote provisioning and connectivity provides consumers with the flexibility and choice of their mobile operator which reduces the costs of data services.  One use case in the automotive industry is the value that SIMgine™ brings is to car makers that embed chips for cellular connectivity and can now manage their sensors more effectively, securely and flexibly. SIMgine™ enables true control over IoT/M2M devices, with just one single application to handle all management tasks. 

”We are committed to the continued growth and stability of developing products for IoT. Based on Simulity’s strength in secure embedded communication solutions and its eSIM offering, we believe that all stakeholders would benefit from learning how they can embed SIMgine’s technology.”

Mr Stephane Fund, CEO

Stephane Fund, Simulity’s CEO adds ‘’We are committed to the continued growth and stability of developing products for IoT.  Based on Simulity’s strength in secure embedded communication solutions and its eSIM offering, we believe that all stakeholders would benefit from learning how they can embed SIMgine’s technology.’’ Mr. Fund continued, ‘’Simulity is proud to be sponsoring this must-attend event in order to showcase our eSIM solution.” NXP’s four-day event is quite unique and will be a driving force for secure connectivity across the Internet of Things.

The industry projects over twenty-five billion devices will need connectivity by 2020.  With such high demand for secure communications, Simulity is partnering with technology companies that want to be a part of the fastest growing IoT eco-system.  Simulity is well positioned to provide the secure and embedded connectivity solutions that will be required to make this a reality.

Visit Simulity at stand 227 in the Smart City area. SIMgine™ – powering the future of connected devices and the Internet of Things.

About Simulity Labs Ltd

Simulity is a software company, specialising in secure embedded communications software and related server-based applications and services.  SIMgine™  is a proprietary embedded SIM Operating System that is leading the way for secure connectivity solutions and enabling the Internet of Things.  http://www.simulity.com  

About NXP

NXP Semiconductors N.V. enables secure connections and infrastructure for a smarter world, advancing solutions that make lives easier, better and safer. As the world leader in secure connectivity solutions for embedded applications, NXP is driving innovation in the secure connected vehicle, end-to-end security & privacy and smart connected solutions markets. Built on more than 60 years of combined experience and expertise, the company has 45,000 employees in more than 35 countries.

Notes to Editor

For further information on this please contact Eimear Reihill at eimear.reihill@simulity.com or on 02890446487/ +44 7494421785

Source : Simulity Labs Ltd

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