June 14, 2024

Hologram unlocks localized, best-in-class network performance with reliability…

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Next-generation Hyper-SIM announcement with native integrations with leading carriers in the US and Canada and network fallback for seamless global connectivity

Hologram, the leading IoT cellular connectivity platform, today announced the next-generation HyperSIM with network fallback. The global eUICC SIM enables direct integration with leading operators in the US and Canada, and introduces network fallback to intelligently connect devices. The combination of carrier offerings and automatic failover provides exceptional performance for advanced IoT applications and security through multi-network redundancy.

Millions of IoT devices use global roaming agreements because they provide easy-to-use, low-cost global access. However, with increasing global connectivity restrictions and more specific IoT connectivity requirements, traditional SIMs provision of roaming profiles is not enough. Next-generation HyperSIM offers direct native access to leading operators in the US and Canada, ensuring operator-guaranteed network access for global IoT deployments. By leveraging native profiles, users benefit from traffic prioritization, low latency, and high throughput of IoT connectivity to enable high-bandwidth applications such as video surveillance and streaming, industrial robotics, autonomous drones, and more.

Along with performance, IoT applications such as payment processing, security monitoring, micro-mobility and others require seamless connectivity that can withstand network failures. The next-generation HyperSIM network fallback, an intelligent profile management agent, automatically switches between eUICC profiles when native connectivity is unavailable.

Network fallback allows hyper-SIMs with powerful native profiles to connect as the primary source of connectivity without sacrificing the benefits of multi-carrier and route redundancy offered by global roaming profiles. If the device loses connection with the local carrier, the network fallback automatically switches to the backup roaming profile and ensures that the device remains connected.

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“When we launched Hyper in 2020, we turned connectivity into software and delivered the first global eUICC IoT SIM,” said Ben Forgan, co-founder and CEO of Hologram. “We’re taking this innovation to the next level to meet the needs of today’s demanding IoT applications. From video streaming to autonomous drones, next-generation hyper-connected devices offer native performance with the low latency, reliability and flexibility they now need for global roaming.”

To learn more about Hologram’s next-gen HyperSIM and network fallback, visit www.hologram.io/hyper.

About the hologram

Hologram empowers innovators to build the future anywhere by bringing cellular connectivity to IoT devices and software to the people who manage them. With Hologram, SIM cards automatically switch network access to the best available network with over 470 operators in over 190 countries. To learn more about holograms, visit www.hologram.io. Visit Hologram on social media Twitter, Facebook And LinkedIn.

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