NimbeLink’s Asset Tracking Solution Creating A Lot of Buzz…

Have you heard the buzz? NimbeLink, the world’s leading provider of cellular IoT technology, solutions and services, announced last week that The Bee Corp (www.thebeecorp.com) has selected NimbeLink’s cellular Asset Tracking Solution. Based out of Indiana, The Bee Corp is an AgTech company that uses the NimbeLink Asset Tracking Solutions to help beekeepers across the Read More

Entrepreneurship is Alive in Minnesota!

Entrepreneurship is alive in Minnesota! Exciting things were happening in St. Paul last week at the 8th annual MN Entrepreneur Kick-Off. NimbeLink CEO and Co-Founder Scott Schwalbe took the stage with a presentation on being an entrepreneur in the IoT field. In addition to Scott, there were many different entrepreneurs that spoke on their backgrounds Read More

Are YOU ready to move to LTE?

Are YOU ready to move to LTE? Unfortunately, you might not have a choice. After June 30, 2018, Verizon will no longer allow new CDMA activations, and, although things could change between now and then, on December 31, 2019, the company plans to retire its CDMA network (2G 1xRTT & 3G EVDO) for good. Sound Read More

Are YOU going to CES 2018?

Awesome!  NimbeLink will be there, too, so be sure to stop by the world’s leading provider of cellular technology.  We’ll be in booth #2415 in Tech East, Westgate.  We will have our new Asset Tracker on display, as well as our popular family of Skywire modems.  Want to set up a meeting with us?  Click Read More

M1, Sigfox, and LoRa

The Internet of Things (IoT) will never be a planned system. It is growing organically and being shaped by millions of participants, applications, and technologies. While no one can predict just what it will look like as it grows, everyone agrees that it will be really big and that connectivity will be its lifeblood. That Read More

LTE Cat1 Speed Comparison – From the Workshop

When designers are evaluating cellular connectivity, bandwidth is always a discussion point because it is more constrained than traditional Ethernet and Wifi speeds. Typically the cellular technology dictates the bandwidth, but the realized bit rates are oftentimes much lower than the theoretical maximums due to uncontrollable factors like network congestion, poor RF environments, etc. However, Read More