Signify has announced that WiZ products will be Matter-upgradable. Matter is a new open-source, industry-unifying technology that enables smart home devices to interact seamlessly.
The new Matter-upgradeable WiZ products will hit the shelved from September 2021.
WiZ was the first smart lighting provider to adopt both WiFi and Bluetooth, for easier pairing and better connectivity. The daily, intuitive smart lighting brand is already anticipating the required changes to their new products to ensure they are ready to undergo a software upgrade as soon as Matter is launched by the Connectivity Standards Alliance.
As one of the first smart home brands to anticipate this new industry-unifying standard in its new products, the brand demonstrates its commitment to offering all consumers an accessible plug-and-play setup, intuitive smart control and seamless interoperability between all WiZ connected lights and other smart devices.
With WiZ’s Matter-upgradable products, consumers will be prepared to connect the individual product to any other interoperable smart device.
“We are extremely proud to announce that our products will be compatible with Matter so soon. This industry-unifying technology will catapult smart home technology and enable consumers to connect all their smart home devices seamlessly,” WiZ business leader Miakel Klomp says.
“By adopting Matter into our full product portfolio, WiZ continues to provide thoughtful products and easy-to-use technology that improves daily life and complements the homes of our users, making all-connected smart lighting super accessible.”
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