3000+ Hotspots shipping, Nebra Dashboard update, third-party support
We apologise for the delay in providing an update, but we have been eagerly working to address our remaining backlog. We are pleased to report that we have received a shipment of 3000 outdoor and indoor units at our UK warehouse last week. The vast majority of these have already been shipped out to customers. Additionally, we have another 500 units scheduled for delivery next week, with more to follow in the upcoming weeks. With these new arrivals, we will be able to fulfil all pending orders for outdoor units in the 868, 915, and some 470 regions.
From these shipments we will also be shipping 1600 units of indoor hotspots during this time. We will be shipping these in order of batch number on a first come first serve basis as entered in our order system.
In the following months, we will maintain a consistent manufacturing pace and produce indoor units as per our production schedule. We aim to fulfil all outstanding orders and clear the backlog as soon as possible.
We would like to extend our sincere gratitude for your understanding, patience, and continued support during this period of backlog clearance. We understand how frustrating it can be to experience delays, and we are working hard to ensure that all orders are fulfilled in a timely manner.
We value your business and appreciate your loyalty. Rest assured that we are doing everything within our power to expedite the shipping process and minimise any further delays. We will keep you informed of any updates related to your order, including shipping information and tracking details.
Again, thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
If you have recently logged in to your hotspots local diagnostic page you may have noticed a few new features that are coming soon through our Premium Dashboard subscription. We have introduced ThingsIX, Mysterium and TTN services. We will be adding more features over the coming months, see our previous post here.
The hardware that powers our Nebra hotspots is extremely robust, and we believe that it has been underutilised to a significant extent, particularly since the introduction of the light hotspot firmware. In order to make the most of this powerful hardware, we have developed new features and services that will enhance the user experience and provide additional earning opportunities for our customers, such as TTN, Mysterium and ThingsIX.
We are thrilled to offer these new features and services, which will allow our customers to earn even more with their hotspots. By taking advantage of the full capabilities of the hardware, we can offer a superior level of functionality, providing an unparalleled user experience.
We are dedicated to delivering innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of our customers, and we believe that these new features and services represent an important step forward. We are excited to see the impact that they will have on the hotspot ecosystem and are confident that they will be well-received by our customers.
ThingsIX is a decentralised global Internet of Things network built on LoRa® wireless technology. ThingsIX rewards gateway operators for providing reliable coverage and delivering reliable data to end users using blockchain technology.
Mysterium is a dVPN service that uses nodes to build its P2P decentralised network. Thousands of registered nodes earn daily rewards for sharing their IP address and providing a secure line of communication to access the open internet. This approach to a VPN network allows it to be scalable and community-driven.
The Things Network is a global IoT network based on LoRaWAN® technology. It allows individuals and businesses to easily build IoT service solutions using The Things Stack, a network server that services all the LoRa® data. You can build your own LoRa® Gateway from the comfort of your home using the same hardware built for the Helium network.
Updates and support for third-party hotspots
We recently announced our continued efforts to support third-party hotspots with our Nebra firmware, by coming to an agreement with Controllino and Pycom to take over all future updates of their devices.
It’s been tough for some manufacturers to continue the growth of the network and Nebra is committed to that cause by ensuring that these devices are not left dead in the water and offline. You can read more about these in the links below: