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With rSIM we say goodbye to smartphone connection and IoT problems

Imagine a smart SIM card, called rSym, which promises to eliminate annoying connection issues for your IoT devices and smartphones. Born from the collaboration with connectivity giants such as Deutsche Telekom IoT e Tele2 IoT, this small but powerful SIM is preparing to do big things to keep your devices online, even when the network is acting up.

What is rSIM and how does it work

rSim is not just any SIM. Thanks to a patented technology, it has the unique ability to check if the network is active and, in case of problems, it automatically switches to another operator, without you having to do anything. Imagine having two networks in a single SIM: if one messes up, the other comes into play. This means less interruptions and a more stable connection. A bit like the NordVPN eSIM.

All this can be managed through a special platform that allows you to monitor the connection situation in real time, independently by the operator to which you are connected.

The first to believe in rSim were the giants Deutsche Telekom IoT and Tele2 IoT, who decided to offer their services to guarantee this incredible stability of worldwide connection. The project aims to merge SIM innovation with the most advanced technologies to offer mobile operators and their customers an unprecedented service.

Behind the scenes, a world-class SIM technology provider is responsible for building and updating these SIMs, ensuring they are always in line with the GSMA standards. This means that the rSim will always be compatible with the device and operator, today and in the future.

Richard Cunliffe, rSim's product and innovation expert, highlights the importance of this innovation for crucial sectors such as remote healthcare and critical national infrastructure. With rSim, interruptions and connection problems become a thing of the past, thanks to a solution that not only monitors but also quickly reacts to network problems.

The technology is scheduled to launch globally 2025.


Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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