Identify the impacts from Embedded Subscriber Identity Module (eSIM) and higher-end handset costs on the traditional removable SIM cards market.
Identify macro market dynamics and prepare for market uncertainty driven by items including Identity (ID) registration and Mobile Network Operator (MNO) market consolidation.
Understand the SIM card vendor landscape to help with strategic partnerships and to identify competitive threats.
Critical Questions Answered
How will the chip shortage impact the SIM card market and how long will it last?
What is the total market size for traditional removable SIM and eSIM across consumer and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications?
What markets, if any, will present the most opportunity in an already extremely mature and overly saturated market?
How will the eSIM market progress over the next 5 years and what will be the impact on the traditional SIM card market?
Who are the leading suppliers of SIM cards?
Five-year SIM card forecasts covering the installed base, shipments, and revenue opportunity across consumer and M2M categories.
Global and regional forecasts, alongside country-level forecasts covering Canada, the United States, Brazil, Mexico, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Pakistan, Russia, Turkey, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and South Africa.
Full year 2021 SIM card vendor market shares.
Who Should Read This?
Strategy planners within smart card and secure Integrated Circuit (IC) organizations.
Sales and marketing leaders looking to understand the revenue and margin opportunity and benchmark organizational performance.
Other ecosystem players working in strategy, sales, and marketing capacities.