Constantly evolving, telecommunication companies now allow billions of users to be always connected, both in terms of voice and data communications. Among those, NFC and LTE are two examples of recent developments in data consumption. These let users interact dynamically with their local environment and be connected to a global network, no matter where they are.
In order to help phone operators to provide quality services at minimum costs, Qilium offers a series of operating systems (OS) working on GSM, LTE, CDMA, TDMA and UMTS networks both in Native and Javacard™. These OS are available on various IC's and with multiple SIM applications.




Beyond the consumer market, Machine to Machine (M2M) is now becoming increasingly important. With those environment, two devices can exchange data over a mobile network. This is what is behind the Internet of Things allowing smart management of objects.

On the top of that, the sector evolution also concerns form factors. To go with the increasing miniaturization of electronic components for mobile phones, SIM cards have moved from the plug-in format (2FF) to Nano size (4FF) via the Micro (3FF). These three options are now offered by Qilium in various packaging.

Regarding M2M, the miniaturization coupled with the possibility of dynamic change of phone operator is now essential. This is why the form factor ETSI MFF2, also known as the VQFN-8, has appeared. Those new physical dimensions allow operators to offer a secured module which can be soldered directly on connected objects during manufacturing process. Through this evolution, Qilium is glad to assist operators by offering M2M chips (respecting specific temperature range, resistance, etc.) in MFF2 form.
Costs cutting, interoperability, innovation and reliability, this is what Qilium is working for :