How NexusLink is Responding to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

NexusLink COVID-19 Response

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting all of us in a variety of ways. While we don’t know how long this finite situation will last, everyone at NexusLink is hoping for a speedy return to normal.  Until then, it is important for us to communicate our priorities and the ensuing actions to best mitigate this situation. 

Most important of all is that we safeguard, to the best of our ability, our employees and the communities we serve, including our customers, prospects, partners, and all with whom we do business.

The following guidelines reflect a status update on March 24, 2020. We will update when there’s a material change.  Though difficult to predict, we’re working on the assumption that we’ll resume normal business on April 6th, 2020. As our headquarters is located in the country of Orange in California, we will likewise abide by the applicable city, state, and federal guidelines.

Employee Travel

NexusLink has postponed or canceled tradeshows and business travel through the month of April.  Should the situation rapidly improve, we will bring this date in and resume as quickly as the corresponding parties allow. Employees that engage in personal travel via plane or ship will self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.


While some operational staff work in protected shifts to ship products and maintain inventory, nearly 100% of all remaining employees work from home/remote offices.  This has effectively maintained our support for customers, including the availability of our products. 


While most of NexusLink product availability remains strong at Amazon, we do expect a delay in delivery based on Amazon’s prioritization. Visit and follow their link “Amazon’s Response to Covid 19”  for the current situation.

We hope this information is helpful in understanding how NexusLink is responding to Coronavirus, and we appreciate the continued support from our employees and customers.