On-Demand Provisioning Service

| March 1, 2016

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Gemalto delivers its market leading SIMs and MIMs to more than 450 mobile network operators worldwide today. To simplify and speed connected device solution design, development and deployment, Gemalto has setup the corresponding On-Demand Provisioning Program (OPP) for all MNO partners. Gemalto’s OPP provides enterprises and solution providers with easy access to suitable connectivity partners for current deployments and future devices. It also allows MNOs to connect to the OPS system and test workflows for improved customer support and a faster time to market for new customers with next generation of connected devices. Following Gemalto’s Mobile Trust Net
vision, the On-Demand Provisioning Service and On-Demand Provisioning Program establish Gemalto as a trusted provisioning service provider partner in an ecosystem of device manufacturers, solution providers and mobile network operators who together support the continued growth of connected devices and IoT."

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