First sign: Eero will implement Matter support in all its current WiFi routers
Amazon-owned Eero will soon expand support for its MESH WiFi smart home systems to more universal standards. CEO Nick Weaver said that all Thread-enabled Eero routers will be upgraded to the Matter smart home standard, which gg wrote about in detail in August.
Weaver also hinted that Eero is considering making routers with data backup, though he hasn’t officially confirmed those plans. He doesn’t worry about the rise of 5G home internet, noting that US residents (which is the market the industry pioneer’s MESH systems are designed for) are mostly moving to gigabit (wired) internet "in droves".
Amazon is also upgrading most Echo speakers to support Matter. Amazon-owned Eero is practically expected to follow suit, and Ring has begun integrating Eero routers into its signaling systems. Such a transition to a single smart home standard by the largest corporations can only be welcomed, since the https://de.opay.com.ng/page-feiertag-3-gunstige-karten-mit-cashback-juli-2015 zoo of protocols and incompatibilities has already tired users all over the world.
Recall that in order to implement the Matter standard, the Zigbee Alliance has been renamed the Connectivity Standards Alliance (Connectivity Standards Alliance). Although other organizations have already made similar attempts, CSA had several big name supporters at the start, such as Amazon, Apple, Google, IKEA, Signify, SmartThings and Comcast. Later, Lutron, Somfy, NXP and ASSA ABLOY joined the project and many