Australia’s first entitlement server eSIM solution for wearable device compatibility: uPair
One number, one service. An entitlement server eSIM solution that allows Telco network customers to use the built-in cellular capability of their wearable technology.
- An easy to integrate, low entry cost entitlement server solution ready to implement for all Telcos
- Compatible with Apple & Samsung devices
- High availability, low latency and fault-tolerant provisioning system
- CRM integration and customer entitlement management
- Built in multiple edge case scenario capability & ACID compliance
- Utilised an Oracle MySQL database
Many Telcos don’t have the budget, resources or knowledge to develop an entitlement server solution for their own business.
That means they are missing out on crucial new streams of revenue that can be gained from charging customers for value-added services.
Entitlement server solutions are used to allow users to connect multiple SIM and eSIM enabled devices to one number and service. This connection can be bundled into a subscription package where pairing capability is offered via mobile app.
Our solution uPair gives lower tier Telcos the ability to compete with Tier 1 Telcos by offering their customers wearable tech pairing at a low cost of entry.
Unico partnered with Australia’s largest mobile service provider who needed an application that allowed Australians to use the built in cellular capability of the new ‘Apple watch’ (GPS + Cellular) .
In doing so Unico were the first in Australia to develop an eSIM solution that supported wearable device compatibility.
By integrating this entitlement solution our customer could share a single service with a mobile device through sharing accurate subscriber identification information with their network.
Our client was equipped with a telco grade, real-time and high availability entitlement server solution that enabled them to offer value-added services to their customers.
uPair was able to meet the needs of a world-class telecomms provider and deliver a world first in eSIM technology.
– John Rowland, Managing Director, Unico
The project included provisioning and enabling of the eSIM for the Apple Watch to download and update its network whilst allowing paired devices to operate with a ‘shared number’ service. The partnership marked the first time an eSIM technology had been delivered to the Australian consumer market.
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