eSIMs: India & China to Represent 25% of Smartphones...
Smartphones currently represent the main use case for eSIM connectivity; at least, within the category of consumer devices.
The above infographic illustrates how, combined, India and China will host 25% of the smartphones leveraging eSIM connectivity in 2027, followed by the US (10%), Brazil (4%), and Pakistan (3%). However, our latest research
notes that regional regulations currently prevent the sales of eSIM-enabled smartphones within China. If this growth is to be achieved, industry bodies must work closely with China to develop specifications that allow eSIM support whilst addressing requirements for device monitoring and tracking.
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“ A new Juniper Research study, has found that the value of the global eSIM market will increase from $4.7 billion in 2023, to $16.3 billion by 2027. Increasing by an impressive 249%, the market will be driven by the adoption of eSIM-enabled consumer devices, as seen in Apple’s recent release of the eSIM-only iPhone 14, triggering accelerated operator support.”
“Juniper Research’s latest eSIMs research provides in-depth analysis and evaluation of how the requirements of connectivity are rapidly changing, and how eSIM technology is rising to meet challenges by introducing enhanced flexibility and remote profile provisioning capabilities. The eSIM-enabled devices report delivers critical and actionable insights on the state of eSIM adoption, key eSIM management platform providers and silicon/SIM hardware vendors and their future prospects. The eSIM market report contains two Juniper Research Competitor Leaderboards; positioning 20 key eSIM management platform providers and 10 key silicon/SIM hardware vendors respectively.”