Future proof your deployments with Hyper
Our eUICC-enabled Hyper SIMs give you the confidence and flexibility to scale with ease.
Optimize your IoT connectivity
No need to recall your fleet to swap SIMs. Easily tailor coverage with over-the-air updates.
Reduce complexity and spend with a single SIM
Hyper SIMs work across all of your devices and integrations, and feed directly into our Dashboard.
Keep your business and devices protected
Hyper SIMs protect your business from changing commercial, regulatory, and security risks.
Connect any device, anywhere
Spend less time managing or upgrading hardware. Our SIMs are device agnostic, so you can plug in and get online quickly.Talk to an IoT expert
Update SIM profiles over the air
With eUICC-enabled Hyper SIMs, cellular profiles are remotely swapped so you never have to touch hardware or replace SIMs. Manage profiles easily, download new profiles, and optimize costs directly in our Dashboard.Explore our Dashboard
Connect to the best available network, every time
Hyper SIMs automatically switch your devices to the best performing network so you never have to worry about unstable or lost connections.Learn about connectivity
Hologram works with your device
Our global IoT SIMs are device agnostic. As long as your device is not set to work with a single carrier, it will work with Hologram. And if you have questions about compatibility, our team is standing by to help.
A global SIM for every use case
Our SIMs are available in both triple cut card and MFF2 embedded form factors.Buy SIMs
Ideal for most commercial applications and prototyping.
Built for harsh environments that require a longer life span.
The benefits of an industrial SIM secured to a physical device.
Frequently asked questions
What is an IoT SIM card?
Unlike a traditional SIM, an IoT SIM card is designed to send and receive data rather than enable voice calls. With more memory and durability than their consumer counterparts, IoT SIM cards also last longer—up to 10 years or more. They’re able to withstand environmental challenges like vibration, corrosion, and extreme temperatures.
How do IoT SIM cards work?
An IoT SIM card contains a contact chip encased in plastic. The chip stores distinctive information about the device, such as credentials and carrier data, and links the device to the network. IoT SIM cards are able to operate more independently than consumer SIMs. Unlike traditional SIMs, they don’t need human interaction on the device side to be activated. Some IoT SIMs can be provisioned remotely with eUICC (embedded universal integrated circuit card) technology.
Are IoT SIM cards tied to a single carrier network?
It depends on the card, but many (including Hologram’s Global SIM card and Hyper card) are capable of multi-network connectivity. That means your devices can connect to the best networks available, anywhere in the world.
What is eUICC?
eUICC stands for embedded universal integrated circuit card. This is the technology that allows a SIM card to enable more than one subscriber profile over its lifecycle. (Carrier “subscriber profiles” indicate that a device has an account and can work on their network.) If your SIM card is eUICC-enabled, you can switch between cellular carrier profiles without ever needing to physically swap out the SIM card.
eUICC is the software that makes this possible. But for eUICC to work, you must use the right hardware — in this case, an eUICC SIM card that can support all the necessary profile management operations and additional memory.
Basically, eUICC SIMs act as a digital wallet that lets you use several different “credit cards” (or subscriber profiles), all on the same eUICC SIM card.
What’s the difference between eSIM and eUICC?
An eSIM is the embedded SIM card (the hardware itself) that supports eUICC (the software profile). eSIMs are actually available in multiple form factors, including 2FF, 3FF, 4FF, and MFF2. An eSIM is ideal for IoT devices that may be exposed to harsh conditions because it can be soldered directly to the board and vacuum sealed to minimize exposure. This soldering also allows for smaller form factors with fewer pieces. If you are developing a device that needs to last, an eUICC-compatible eSIM can ensure long-term usability.
Which form factors do IoT SIM cards come in?
IoT SIM cards come in all the traditional form factors: 2FF, 3FF, and 4FF. You can also choose MFF2 if you want the SIM to be embedded in your device and to include over the air (OTA) provisioning capabilities.
What are the specifications?
Triple-cut for Mini, Micro, and Nano SIM
(4FF, 3FF, 3FF)
Mini: 15 x 25mm
Micro: 12 x 15mm
Nano: 8.8 x 12.3mm
Embedded chip format
6 x 5 x 0.7-0.82mm
Standard Grade operating characteristics
Operating temps: -25°C ~ 85°C
Read/write cycles: min. 500,000
Data retention: min. 25 yrs at 25°C
Industrial and Embedded operating characteristics
Operating temps: -40°C ~ 105°C
Read/write cycles: min. 200,000,000
Data retention: min. 25 yrs at 25°C
2G/GPRS, 3G HSPDA, 4G LTE, LTE CAT-M1*
*Limited coverage availability for LTE CAT-M1. All formats available for eSIM (EUICC)