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Deutsche Telekom’s nuSIM project scores Qualcomm, Huawei wins

The ‘open’ embedded SIM (eSIM) technology brought forward by Deutsche Telekom, nuSIM, has been chosen by Qualcomm for use in the 9205 LTE modem, one popular in Cat-NB, Cat-M, and 2G IoT applications. Huawei has also followed suit, using nuSIM in its Hi2115 Cat-NB SoC, and demonstrating the connection in a Quectel BC95-G module. This is a big development in the world of IoT-focused eSIM, as the vendors try to reduce hardware costs to facilitate wider adoption. It is also surprising that Qualcomm hasn’t chosen something from up its own sleeve, but with Huawei on board too, it seems that nuSIM is well on the way to becoming the standard choice. nuSIM was unveiled in the run up to MWC.…

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