G+D Mobile Security selected for Google’s Project Fi

By | October 12, 2017

Munich, October 12, 2017 – G+D Mobile Security, a global leader in the management of digital identities and eSIM technology, has extended its engagement with Google’s Project Fi with the delivery of eSIMs and eSIM management technology.

eSIM management enables remote provisioning and lifecycle management of subscriptions.

G+D Mobile Security’s eSIM management platform allows Project Fi to securely and efficiently manage multiple MNO profiles via an embedded SIM. Project Fi and G+D Mobile Security will continue to collaborate closely with carrier partners, the GSMA, and the rest of the Android ecosystem to explore more widespread adoption of eSIM enablement in smart phones and other Android-powered devices.

Carsten Ahrens, CEO of G+D Mobile Security commented, “Our unparalleled years of experience working with eSIMs and eSIM management for applications in automobiles, tablets and connected watches positioned us well for smart phone eSIM applications. G+D Mobile Security is pleased to partner with Google to expand eSIM management as the driver for secure, seamless, and on-demand connectivity for consumer devices.”

About G+D Mobile Security

G+D Mobile Security is a global mobile security technology company headquartered in Munich, Germany. The company is part of the Giesecke+Devrient group. G+D Mobile Security has a workforce of 5,800 employees and generated sales of approximately EUR 860 m in the 2016 fiscal year. More than 50 sales and partner offices as well as 20+ certified production and personalization sites and data centers ensure customer proximity worldwide.

G+D Mobile Security manages and secures billions of digital identities throughout their entire life cycle. Our products and solutions are used by commercial banks, mobile network operators, car and mobile device manufacturers, business enterprises, transit authorities and health insurances and their customers every day to secure payment, communication and device-to-device interaction. For more information, please visit: www.gi-de.com/mobile-security.

Source: G+D

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