What's Next for Wireless?

The wireless industry is constantly evolving. Every year, we see new technologies and trends emerge that have the potential to change the landscape of wireless forever. So, what's next for wireless? Here's what to watch:

1. eSIMs: Embedded SIM (eSIM) cards are the next generation of SIM cards. Unlike traditional SIM cards, which are physical cards that must be inserted into a device, eSIMs are embedded into devices and can be activated remotely. This means that users will no longer have to physically swap out their SIM cards when they want to change carriers. Instead, they'll be able to simply activate or deactivate their eSIM with their carrier of choice. This technology is already being used in some smartphones and smartwatches, and it's expected to become more prevalent in the coming year.

2. GIGS out of Germany, but with venture funding from around the globe, is building a platform to enable any business to offer eSIM & SIM enabled phone plans of any size on any network globally. Businesses can launch their own mobile service and monetize their audience, unlocking recurring revenue streams,

3. Helium: Helium is a new network architecture powered by the Helium Blockchain, The People’s Network represents a paradigm shift for decentralized wireless infrastructure. 

With all this going on the wireless industry is always changing, and 2023 is shaping up to be no different. We're already seeing new technologies emerging that have the potential to change the way we use wireless forever. So, what's next for wireless? Only time will tell!

 

 


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