Solution overview

Get ready for a hybrid SIM and eSIM world

In this new hybrid work of SIM and eSIM, on one side it is important to reduce costs and improve margins by simplifying your traditional SIM supply chain, but also have the agility and new capabilities to support the launch of eSIM-based devices.

Assign network resources when needed

To increase average revenue per user and average margin per subscriber, communications service providers (CSPs) must maximize their network potential. Until now, a preprovisioning method was used for subscriber identity module (SIM) cards. It forced management of SIM card inventories by preassigning numbering plans and preprovisioning network systems - home location register (HLR), customer care, and prepaid or postpaid billing platforms - before activation or getting revenues. The same also applies to new growing segments like the Internet of Things (IoT), causing an even more significant impact on the inventory level while expecting lower revenue per active subscription.

Decrease your costs

Now there's an answer - HPE Dynamic SIM Provisioning (HPE DSP) product components. It decreases your total cost of SIM card ownership, and builds a control point to deliver efficiency and flexibility into your SIM supply chain. It also limits churn and improves customer retention and satisfaction, with room for value-added services.
With this Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) solution, you can activate new SIM cards in real time by:
  • Allocating International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) and Mobile Subscriber ISDN Numbers (MSISDNs)
  • Associating the SIM with HLR/home subscriber server (HSS) and other business support systems (BSS)/operations support systems (OSS)