Cellular Connectivity Partners
Ask Arkessa: Common IoT Questions
Nordic’s partnership with Arkessa offers customers who are deploying applications using their low power nRF9160 module a complete global managed IoT connectivity solution through a single partner – one provider, one platform, one contract.
Arkessa is a specialist IoT connectivity services provider with over 10 years of experience in the M2M/cellular IoT market. They have deep experience across a diverse set of applications covering the full spectrum of IoT use cases, with their customers connecting hundreds of thousands of devices across their global network.
Arkessa’s ecosystem partners include global system integrators, global electronics distribution, and eSIM and cellular module manufacturers, placing Arkessa at the centre of the latest disruptive embedded technology, such as low-power wide-area radio technologies (LPWAN).
Arkessa offers technical and commercial flexibility to help you discover the best cellular connectivity solution for your business and deployment model. Their secure network delivers data from your devices to a cloud-hosted connectivity management platform that integrates securely with your network and business systems.
Over ten years' experience in the IoT space.
Dedicated support and connectivity management
Dedicated technical support and experience of embedded ecosystems from the cellular module to cloud
Commercial and technical flexibility to fit customer application or business model
for LTE-M and NB-IoT
For cellular embedded devices, there are a few parameters that are critical. These include: LTE-M and NB-IoT coverage, sleep interval availability for eDRX and PSM and coverage enhancement mode support in the regions of interest:
Affordable, pre-certified cellular IoT development kit for LTE-M, NB-IoT, GPS and Bluetooth LE. Perfect for evaluation and development on the nRF9160 SiP
The Nordic Thingy:91 is an easy-to-use cellular IoT prototyping platform, designed to help building prototypes and demos, without the need to build hardware or even write firmware.