The future of the smart home has arrived.

 

Designed around interoperability and platform independence, making it easy to control your smart home devices securely from any platform you choose: The future of the smart home is called Matter. 

 
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Matter brings convenience to the home – for everyone. 

Matter-certified devices are a breeze to integrate into your smart home. Your entire family can control your home through their preferred voice assistant or app.  That’s because Matter doesn’t mind if you use an iPhone, Android device, Alexa-enabled smart speaker, Google Assistant, or Siri. 

Matter talks Thread.

Matter devices can communicate via Thread, Wi-Fi, or bridges. Choosing Thread makes your smart home network more responsive, robust, and increases its reach – which is why all current Eve devices that support Bluetooth now also support Thread.

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Future-proof with Eve.

Eve offers the world’s largest portfolio of Thread-enabled devices, all of them ready to be updated to Matter with a free firmware update over time. So if you purchase a Thread-enabled Eve device today, you're already prepared for Matter. Discover Eve accessories supporting Thread

“Its commitment to avoiding cloud control is why Eve devices have been iPhone- and HomeKit-only thus far. But with Matter, Eve can move to the other platforms while remaining entirely local."

Jennifer Pattison Tuohy, The Verge

"The idea is it will be easier for consumers to identify devices that will work within their smart home ecosystem; whether that be Alexa, HomeKit, Google’s Assistant, SmartThings, or any others who join the party. For example, a HomeKit only brand such as Eve would never be compatible with SmartThings... but Matter will make that possible."

– Tom Wiggins, The Ambient

"Matter's promise is that consumers won't have to wonder whether different brands of smart home devices will play nicely with each other; that has always seemed like the right outcome for the smart home, and it seems closer to reality than ever.”

Lizzy Lawrence, protocol –

"Its ultimate function is to standardize how gadgets identify themselves and what they can do together, essentially taking the heavy lifting off of you to set it all up."

 – Florence Ion, Gizmodo

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