USIM


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AcronymDefinition
USIMUniversal Subscriber Identity Module
USIMUser Services Identity Module
USIMUniversiti Sains Islam Malaysia
USIMUser Services Identity Module (UMTS)
USIMUnited States International Mission (US and Vietnam)
USIMUMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) Subscriber Identity Module (information storage and connection smartcard)
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It consist of USIM information, IP address, and MAC address.
According to the ETSI TS 102.221 standard, a USIM is a smart card that stores the subscriber's identity (IMSI) and computes the AKA authentication algorithm [4, 5].
The 2012 USIM analyzed 5,000 business investments, which account for $135 billion of capital investment in business facilities and more than 336,000 new and retained jobs announced in the US in 2011.
It integrates an HSPA+ modem, a powerful MIPS processor, 3GPP L2 hardware accelerators, IP-SEC accelerators, embedded secured platform capabilities, a timing and synchronization mechanism, 2G/3G cognitive radio capabilities and peripherals such as embedded USIM I/F.
Additionally, 2.2 billion mid range USIM / SIM cards worldwide are estimated to use GlobalPlatform card technology to enable over-the-air (OTA) application downloads for 3G and GSM mobile networks.
Mobile banking services based on USIM card in WCDMA phones are expected to become popular in Korea.
Synthesis of Control MicroProgram Device with ImplicitRepresentation of Logic Conditions, USiM. #1.
Investment Monitor (USIM), an economic report from Ernst & Young LLP that tracks and analyzes business capital investment location decisions within the U.S.
JI: We've heard a bit about the J-Phone USIM smart cards.
One of the most interesting developments in the technology of oriented film is simultaneous stretching with the use of linear motors or USIM technology.
Both the USIM PAC 2 simulation software, developed by BRGM in France, and the JKSimFlot, developed in Australia, incorporate models of conventional and column flotation cells, the latter requiring froth stability parameters to be entered.