Comprion Network Bridge wins Sesames Awards

comprion-winnerThe Comprion Network Bridge – a software solution for end-to-end testing of remote SIM provisioning scenarios – has won the SESAMES Award in the Category “Manufacturing & Test”.

Jens Christoph, in charge of eUICC M2M test solutions at Comprion, explained, “We are pleased to receive this prize as it values the uniqueness and all the efforts by the team behind Comprion Network Bridge. It is the only solution that can establish a direct connection between the eUICC and the relevant back-end servers by ‘bridging’ the complete over-the-air communication”.

The solution eases the work of (e)UICC manufacturers, mobile network operators as well as SM-DP and SM-SR providers during the complex task of testing eSIM provisioning scenarios. Changing the profile or associated SM-SR, involves many different components, like eUICC, mobile device, mobile network, and different servers such as MNO, SM-DP, and SM-SR. In order to change the profile that contains the credentials for the mobile network access, SM-SR and SM-DP servers need to interact with the eUICC. Comprion Network Bridge provides this connection without the need for a real device or a real or simulated mobile network.

The awards were presented on November 29, during the official ceremony of the Trustech trade show in Cannes. For the decision, the jury – a group of international experts recognized in their field – considered criteria such as innovative nature of the entry submitted, market opportunity, and quality of argument.

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