On Tuesday 17 March, TCA Board Director, Michele Scarlatella, will join the panel ‘Building your […]
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Join TCA Board Director, Cyril Caillaud, on 5 March at 12pm CET to learn how […]
As it reports 2020 was the first year of widespread 5G SIM deployments, TCA helps MNOs maximise investment in core network infrastructure with updated advice on the SIM features needed to optimise 5G Phase 1 and 2 deployments
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White paper calls for mobile network operators (MNOs) to ensure consistent global protection of subscriber […]
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21 July, 2020 – The Trusted Connectivity Alliance (TCA) Board of Directors has elected Claus […]
Global momentum continues to build for the unique ability of the eSIM to deliver flexible […]
Trusted Connectivity Alliance (TCA), a global, non-profit industry association working to enable a secure connected […]
Trusted Connectivity Alliance will build on SIMalliance’s strong legacy by bringing together a wider group of stakeholders within today’s SIM ecosystem to focus on one goal: enabling trusted mobile connectivity.
New organisation promotes secure mobile connectivity technologies to facilitate growth of connected objects.
IoT SAFE enables all ecosystem players to homogenously leverage the advanced features of the SIM and the supporting infrastructure to deliver enhanced security at scale, increasing flexibility and maximising investments.
eUICC Profile Package: Interoperable Format Technical Specification has been enhanced to enable 5G support for the first time.
New specification will support remote firmware loading across removeable, embedded and integrated SIMs.
Along with the recent launch of the first 5G networks, will also continue to educate audiences on the importance of leveraging SIM and eSIM as assets.
114 million eSIMS shipped in 2018 to connect consumer and M2M IoT devices; first eSIM volumes highlight emergence of new connectivity markets that complement demand for traditional SIM products.
Guidance published for mobile industry insiders supports the optimisation of 5G SIM capability beyond network access, to unlock the full potential of 5G network investments.
Describes a common coding process for subscription data to be built, remotely loaded and installed into any eSIM by any SIM vendor on behalf of any MNO.
The organisation’s priority in the year ahead will be to educate stakeholders within the IoT ecosystem about the critical need for security in connected devices and digital services.