Demystifying eSIM Technology

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Language
English
Abstract
During the past few years, many people have started to use virtualized eSIMs instead of the classic physical chip card SIMs. Behind the scenes, a rather complex universe of protocols, interfaces, cryptographic operations, trust models and business processes are in operation to make this work.

However, like many aspects of cellular technology, the knowledge of the technology behind it is not widely understood. - despite its ferquent use by a large user base. This talk aims to change that, as far as possible in a 45minutes introductory talk.

Aspects covered are:
* What is an eSIM?
* The eUICC as physical "trusted chip" inside the phone
* The 3 flavors of eSIM: Consumer, M2M and IoT
* The eSIM cryptographic chain of trust
* The invovled network elements, their purpose, procedures (SM-DP+, SM-SR, LPA/IPA, ...)

The talk is a technical talk, and is held in the expectation is that the audience has some basic understanding of networking, cryptography and SIM card technology.

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Talk ID
camp2023-57190
Event:
camp2023
Day
1
Room
Milliways
Start
5 p.m.
Duration
01:00:00
Track
Milliways
Type of
Talk
Speaker
Harald Welte
Talk Slug & media link
camp2023-57190-demystifying_esim_technology

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