Cellular IoT & M2M use cases often involve a high number of devices that need to be connected to a mobile network. For this to happen, devices must first be fitted with a SIM and network connectivity must be provisioned. When a project includes hundreds, thousands or even millions of devices that
When configuring an Endpoint (via the EMnify user interface (EUI) or the RESTful API), EMnify customers have the possibility to activate the IMEI lock. The IMEI is a unique serial number that the manufacturer assigns to cellular devices to identify devices connected to a GSM network. To learn
What is an IMEI number? A serial number that the manufacturer assigns to cellular devices. Just as people have their own ID number and every car has a vehicle number, every cellular device with a SIM card can be precisely identified by a so-called IMEI number – International Mobile Equipment
An ICCID number – what is it and how do I find it?
Each active SIM card has its own SIM card number, which can be used to assign and identify the card individually. Often these numbers are printed directly on the card or are at least recorded on the card carrier or on the enclosed letter. The
Despite looking identical on the outside, the features and functionality offered by regular SIM cards for smartphones differ vastly compared to IoT SIM cards.
In this blog post we will discuss what is the difference between a regular smartphone SIM and one made for IoT/enterprise use cases and