Thales and Obvios cooperate to provide secure solutions for private 5G core networks, combining Thales “eSIM as a Service” and Obvios “Dome”

April 23, 2024 Hannover

Thales and Obvios have joined forces to offer secure solutions for private networks. By integrating Obvios' "Dome" core network and Thales' "eSIM as a Service", the companies seek to deliver end-to-end security and eSIM profile provisioning using Thales APIs. 

This cooperation aims to provide a comprehensive, robust, and reliable solution for private 5G networks, serving sectors that span across manufacturing, transportation and logistics, healthcare, energy and utilities, and more.

Thales’ eSIM as a service and Obvios’ Dome are complementary solutions that build a secure chain of solutions for the deployment, provisioning, and operation of a private 5G network. Obvios considers “eSIM as a service” a key building block in its vision of secure private 5G core networks

Nicolas Dallery VP Marketing & Sales at Obvios

Thales and Obvios have formed a trustworthy partnership to tackle the emerging connectivity challenges associated with private network deployments. The combination of Thales' eSIM as a Service and Obvios core network presents a comprehensive solution that enables seamless connection for users and devices to 5G private networks across diverse industries.

Guillaume Lafaix VP Connectivity Solutions and Embedded Products at Thales

About Obvios

Obvios develops 100% software-based private 5G network solutions.
It's all we do, that's why we are good at it. 
Our private 5G connectivity solutions are robust yet easy to deploy and operate.
We aim to make them as straightforward and cost-effective as traditional technologies while ensuring better security and coverage.
By leveraging cloud computing tools and methods, we are more agile and responsive in both the development of our private 5G solutions and our client interactions.
Our goal is to innovate and simplify.

About Thales

Thales (Euronext Paris: HO) is a global leader in advanced technologies within three domains:
Defence & Security, Aeronautics & Space, and Digital Identity & Security. It develops products and solutions that help make the world safer, greener and more inclusive.
The Group invests close to €4 billion a year in Research & Development, particularly in key areas such as quantum technologies, Edge computing, 6G and cybersecurity.
Thales has 81,000* employees in 68 countries. In 2023, the Group generated sales of €18.4 billion.
* These figures exclude the ground transportation business, which is being divested.