Sensorise welcomes the release of the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for personalisation of SIM cards by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT). The new SIM SOP reflects India’s commitment to the safe, secure and orderly proliferation of the Telecom ecosystem. This release covers the SOP for personalisation of SIM cards not having the capability for remote lifecycle management. As such, since all Sensorise SIMs have the capability for remote lifecycle management, the Sensorise QoSim is not covered by this SOP release. A next document is under discussion which shall cover the requirements for the SIMs that have the capability for remote lifecycle management. Sensorise has been at the forefront of the security movement in India, and a significant contributor to these mission critical initiatives of the TEC. We are delighted that the country is setting new benchmarks for security and assure you that Sensorise will continue to serve you with its cutting-edge technology and the usual service-with-a-smile approach.
Sensorise has played a significant role in the adoption of oneM2M Standards for IoT/ M2M as national standards in India, has been an author of the recently released ITU Standard for bootstrapping of connected devices and applications, as also the recently released BIS IoT Reference Architecture Standard. Sensorise also plays a significant role in India’s Telecom Standards Development Organization (SDO) TSDSI, being a member of TSDSI’s Governing Council, the Chair of Outreach Committee and Vice Chair of Study Group Services and Solutions.”
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Download Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for personalisation of SIM cards by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT).