Many hardware factors led us to choose the nRF52833 for our Erika USB microphone including the radio sensitivity and low power consumption, while from a software point of view without Nordic’s Enhanced ShockBurst (ESB) technology our wireless mic would simply not exist. Yes, Nordic’s development boards, reference design and SDK are invaluable, cutting our time to market up to 40 percent, but timely and comprehensive support is really what sets Nordic apart.
President, Convergent Design
The partnership and support received from Nordic for over 8 years has made Laird Connectivity fully aligned with Nordic as a company, its hardware, software and support capabilities. Laird sees Nordic as the premier Bluetooth LE SoC vendor globally and the nRF5340 is pushing that envelope even further with its dual core architecture, excellent multi wireless radio capabilities, and next generation security capabilities.
Senior Director – Product Management, Laird Connectivity
It's not rocket science to put a Nordic chip, a battery, and temperature sensors inside a housing, but for the Warmie device to effectively perform temperature and infection monitoring of both post-operative and COVID-19 patients, it needs to capture this data on a continuous basis. The nRF52810’s incredibly low power consumption means we can collect data non-stop throughout the day and still achieve a remarkable battery life of around 4000 hours.
Professor Tomasz Banasiewicz, M.D. PhD,
LTE-M and NB-IoT is the future. I've been watching these technologies evolve over the years, and have also been a happy Nordic customer since 2013, so selecting Nordic’s cellular IoT solution for the nRF9160 Feather was an obvious choice. If developers using the development board need support, DevZone is a great resource. One of Nordic’s engineers spent a lot of time working out an issue with me, which is surprising as most companies couldn’t care less. I look forward to working with Nordic for many more years.
Owner and Founder, Circuit Dojo