Matter, the connected home standard, finally launches after a decade of development

The Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA) has officially released the Matter 1.0 specification for the Connected Home, which will offer Compatibility with a wide variety of products,

Specifically, it is an open standard that aims to build an ecosystem that allows Internet of Things products integration (IoT), with the aim of avoiding user confusion due to the use of different ecosystems.

Version 1.0. with Authorized test start For devices to carry the Matter logo, ensure compatibility with other electronic products, and facilitate development kit distribution to major manufacturers (such as Amazon, Apple, Google, Samsung SmartThings, Signify, or Comcast).

The goal is to improve the quality, stability and efficiency of software development kits (SDKs), as well as it is available now and will support a variety of smart home products (HVAC and ventilation controls, shades and blinds, TVs, and electricity, among others).

Currently, the companies belonging to the alliance have a complete program to bring the next generation to market interoperable deviceIn this way, they will guarantee users greater privacy, security and simplicity.

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