I think since we launched our Single SIM product, our MetTel Single SIM, which is a single SIM card. Think of it in the physical form factor or an e-SIM form factor. [It] works in 165 countries utilizing over 650 roaming carriers.
I call it the “easy button” to IoT connectivity. As long as the unit–or the device–has power to it, it can actually roam/look for the best available cellular network in the area and connect to it.
And if at any time, the device moves, and most of them do move, because they are in vehicles (used a lot in transportation), and signal level drops, depending on the user’s location, it will actually go back and start a search for the next available, best carrier coverage.
So our Single SIM product has seen significant growth over the last few years. And, it’s being adopted in everything today from devices being manufactured, where it’s being embedded into the manufacturing process, and then shipped globally anywhere around the world.
And as soon as the device is installed and has power to it, it picks the best available network in that area. And also, of course, a great number of them have also grown with transportation.
So, as vehicles are moving around with smart tablets, basically modules or hubs for how business is being delivered today in a digital form, the device stays connected all the time because it’s always searching for best available signal as the device is driving down a highway or going to a delivery route.