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Eseye named market leader for eSIM Connectivity Solutions

Eseye has been named the number one Champion for its eSIM Connectivity Solution by Kaleido Intelligence, a connectivity market intelligence and consulting firm.

This is the third consecutive year that Eseye has been awarded the Champion eSIM Connectivity Solutions in Kaleido’s annual Vendor Hub assessment, and this year as the number one provider against 25 connectivity vendors assessed. Additionally, its Infinity Connectivity Management Platform (CMP) has been ranked a High Flyer in the industry.

Nick Earle, Eseye’s CEO said, “We are honoured to be recognised as a Kaleido Champion for eSIM Connectivity Solutions provider in the industry for the third consecutive year, and this year as the number one assessed vendor. This amazing achievement is an outstanding recognition of our technical capabilities in the IoT connectivity market and reinforces our leading position to deliver highly reliable global IoT connectivity that helps enterprises confidently deploy IoT at scale anywhere in the world. IoT can make a positive difference to hundreds of thousands of businesses and people across the globe, but it is only possible with near-100 per cent connectivity reliability."

Eseye’s eSIM Connectivity solution includes multi-IMSI and eUICC technology, and its AnyNet Federation has access to over 700 mobile networks across the globe. Eseye’s connectivity strategy from the outset was to provide more choice and options, not only across different MNOs and regions to maximise resiliency and performance but also across more commercial options, to protect long term investments, and to provide the maximum flexibility to customers around how they integrate with operators.

The solution was commended for its ability to work with Eseye’s on-device connectivity software (AnyNet SMARTconnect) to enhance the overall solution. Kaleido Champion Vendors are firms that demonstrate an outstanding industry offering in Kaleido’s view while Kaleido High Flyers are recognised for their highly regarded and comprehensive industry offering.

Steffen Sorrell, Chief of Research at Kaleido Intelligence added, “the scoring achieved by Eseye for eSIM Connectivity demonstrates an outstanding product offering from the 25 vendors assessed. The roaming and localisation coverage footprint in addition to an innovative underlying technology proposal offers leading capabilities for connectivity resilience and optimisation.”

Kaleido Intelligence 2023 assessment has expanded on last year’s. In total, it assessed over 60 eSIM and CMP offerings, from 39 vendors. Following its assessment of 25 eSIM Connectivity vendors, using the same selection process across all offerings, to provide the most impartial and detailed industry view, Eseye was identified as the leading solution in the market. The scoring focused on various factors including industry presence, product capabilities and innovation roadmap.

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