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Securing the future of mobile services

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For over a decade the SIMalliance has been supporting the creation, deployment and management of secure mobile services across the globe. A non-profit trade association, the SIMalliance is working in partnership with members and the wider mobile community to anticipate and address the security, identity and mobility challenges of an increasingly converged internet.

SIMalliance members are Eastcompeace, Fundamenture, Gemalto, Giesecke & Devrient, Incard, KONA I, Morpho, Oasis Smart SIM, Oberthur Technologies, Valid, Watchdata and Wuhan Tianyu.  SIMalliance Strategic Partners are Comprion, Linxens and Movenda. 

28 July - Long-term evolution (LTE) has created a mobile environment rich in both opportunities and challenges for mobile network operators (MNOs). At the heart of this environment sits the LTE UICC; an all new, IP-connected multi-application platform.

To help MNOs minimise the risks and maximise the potential of LTE, SIMalliance has developed the LTE UICC Profile, a technical document for MNOs which specifies the integrated features required to provide optimal UICC support for LTE network and IMS services deployment.


This infographic provides a visual overview of the global opportunities for MNOs who harness the potential of LTE.

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Following annual elections for two of its six Board seats, SIMalliance confirms its Board... more >
Following the recent publication of the Consult Hyperion/GSMA discussion paper ‘HCE and SIM Secure... more >
HCE explored and assessed in ‘Secure Element Deployment & Host Card Emulation’ discussion paper more >
Significant increases in high-end SIMs drive expansion of key markets and provide strong base... more >
SIMalliance announces the release of its Open Mobile API Specification v2.05, together with the... more >
  • Open Mobile API – Test Specification v1.0 – Errata Note
    During the review of the SIMalliance Test Specification v1.0 by the GSMA and GlobalPlatform, several points were raised which required either an update of the test cases or additional clarification on the expected behaviour from the devices or from the test tools implementing the test specification. This document summarises all the changes; the changes will also be integrated into the next SIMalliance Test Specification document. The document shows revision marks to indicate the new applicable content (and only the new content).

    Download the document here> 



  • Open Mobile API test specification for Transport API v1.1
    The Open Mobile API Test Specification v1.1 was developed by SIMalliance in response to industry demand for increased standardisation in the way that the Open Mobile API Specification is implemented globally. The test specification outlines mobile device compliance to the Open Mobile API Specification v2.05, and defines test cases in order that conformance tests can be executed.

    Download the test specification here>  



  • 2013 SIM Market: Global SIM Shipment Figures Webinar
    SIMalliance Board Director, Yves Portalier, presents 2013 SIM shipment data collated by SIMalliance members. Regional shipment volumes and other key statistics are provided, along with qualitative insights into global and regional SIM market trends.

    Watch the webinar here>  
  • The Importance of Secure Elements in M2M Deployments: An Introduction
    This paper gives an introduction to the importance of Secure Elements (SE) in M2M deployments, provides an overview of the market and addresses the benefits of embedded SE technology in an M2M context.

    Download the paper here> 
  • Secure Element Deployment & Host Card Emulation v1.0
    This paper provides an introduction to Android's Host Card Emulation (HCE) and explores its value to the NFC ecosystem relative to the Secure Element (SE). SIMalliance contends that while HCE is good for the NFC ecosystem as a whole, the technology remains immature, un-standardised and, relative to SE-based deployments, vulnerable to malicious attack.

    Download the paper here> 

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