Our solutions drive the pulse of mobile digital life
Our digital life involves an incredible number of devices. It relies on massive amounts of mobile data that must be transported securely at high speeds over a vast number of networks. No doubt, mobile network operators (MNOs) are the key players in this connected, mobile society. In fact, more than 800 MNOs operate across an extensive variety of networks. G+D supports them to manage risks and, at the same time, exploit opportunities. The technologies in this area are evolving rapidly – and sometimes even change radically. No matter what, security and establishing trust in the market are always top priorities for all players. G+D offers solutions such as eSIM management so you can ideally position your business – for today and tomorrow.
We put you in control of mobile services
MNOs have to answer many questions that will determine the future: How can I grow my subscriber base in saturated markets? How can I monetize 5G and the opportunities of the IoT across markets? What strategies will enable me to manage disruptive market players who are offering new business models?
Trust in our experience - we know where to go
The number of subscribers and access points is continuing to rise. Also, users have more and more mobile devices that require access – whether we’re talking about human subscribers or connected IoT devices.
But that's not all:
- The virtualization of networks and wireless technologies are creating new infrastructures.
- Digital customer journeys have developed from a “nice to have“ to a “must have.”
- MNOs are required to provide agile connectivity and identity services.
End-to-end-solutions for your complete customer journey
Today’s connected society is built on mobility and connectivity. In this arena, conditions change quickly and sometimes radically. As a network or virtual network operator, you are ideally capable of updating and adapting your business model for efficiency and profitability. With our solutions, you can redefine customer journeys from the ground up. And in so doing, you can offer more ubiquity and simplicity. With our support, you can transform the customer journey and become an end-to-end service provider, gaining the ability to manage every single aspect of an end user’s digital and mobile life. Our role is to develop, configure, deploy, connect, and manage billions of mobile devices securely – every second of every minute.
Reduce complexity and increase flexibility
With our proven solutions, you can create a straightforward and convenient customer experience. We provide trusted and secure end-to-end solutions comprising classic pluggable SIMs, embedded SIMs (eSIMs), embedded operating systems (eOS) for smart card controllers, lifecycle management services, and SaaS solutions with the highest service levels.
Our 5G packages give service providers the technologies they need for their networks at every stage – before, during, and after a 5G mobile network rollout.
With our full-service solutions for eSIM management, MNOs benefit from a flexible and dynamic user journey that leverages existing business infrastructures and processes. We provide drivers for dynamic connectivity management through our range of eSIM management solutions.
Today, SIM cards ensure more than the pure authentication to a network: data protection, mobile applications as well as services such as payment, transit, and digital car key, in addition to IoT-focused security applications.
More insights into our solutions for MNOs
How to securely connect IoT devices to the mobile network
How can a washing machine, a car, or an air cargo container be turned into a “living” machine that uses the Internet to connect, communicate, learn, and perform tasks for its owner?
Why MVNOs are set to grow in importance
Learn how new wireless technologies are creating opportunities for all types of MVNOs to offer a range of innovative new services, benefiting both consumers and providers.
The importance of eSIM management
The IDC study commissioned by G+D provides highly differentiated insights into how key ecosystem players perceive the relevance of eSIM technology for consumer, enterprise, and Industrial IoT use cases.