Smart-Home Solutions Leverage Matter Wireless Standard

Jan. 10, 2023
Created by the Connectivity Standards Alliance, Matter is royalty-free standard for integration and interoperability between different IoT products, ecosystems, and protocols.

Created by the Connectivity Standards Alliance, Matter is royalty-free standard for integration and interoperability between different IoT products, ecosystems, and protocols. The Matter protocol stack and its open-source reference implementation are designed to work with any type of application in the smart home. Instead of being limited to just lights or a smart TV, Matter can work with any application and run on almost any hardware or operating system.

The open-source Matter software library is designed to be highly portable, even working on the lowest-level devices with minimal overhead. The stack and implementation, which are open to anyone royalty-free, are based on the market-tested technologies known to the contributors. Amazon, Apple, Google and many others have contributed their code, concepts, and experience after more than 10 years in the smart-home market to make this approach work well for device makers and consumers.

Here we talk about the Matter protocol with an engineer from Infineon at the launch event in Amsterdam.

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