Twilio has stated that the company has expanded its IoT and Machine to Machine (M2M) portfolio by offering Super SIM, the most renowned cellular IoT connectivity platform, as an eSIM Consumer Profile for eUICC-enabled IoT devices. The company's support of the eSIM standard allows companies to load Twilio's multi-carrier Super SIM profile onto their devices over the air. This eliminates the necessity of physical interaction with the devices and also enhances the end-user experience.
eSIMs require integration with various carriers for each SIM profile, requiring M2M builders to manage several carrier relationships and deal with multiple bills and complex technical differences. Twilio's Super SIM has solved this problem by offering the best-in-class multiple subscriber identities on a single SIM and autonomously switching them, based on the country the device is present, all while providing customers complete control over the networks.
Twilio's multi-carrier approach enables seamless global deployments and consistent network behavior across all 300+ supported networks, which reduces development and integration effort. To IoT and M2M devices, Twilio's cellular solution essentially acts like one gigantic global network with a straightforward API and the same behavior everywhere.