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Unlike the current smart home protocols, Matter works locally on your own network instead of communicating with the internet via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. That means your smart devices won’t be able to connect to the internet or cloud services on their own, though they can communicate with each other through Matter-enabled controllers (like your smartphone) and the local network.
If a manufacturer wants to make its existing products compatible with Matter, it can add support through a firmware update. For example, Apple’s HomeKit is currently compatible with Matter through its own bridge or hub, the Thread border router that comes in the Apple TV 4K, and a few other products.
Other smart home brands will require hardware changes to support Matter. For example, Eve’s new Matter-compatible sensors and locks use swappable modules while GE Lighting will add Thread radios to its existing light bulbs, switches, and blinds.
Most important, Matter supports multiplatform home control, so you can pick a single ecosystem for your smart devices or switch between platforms at will. It’s great for multiuser homes, and it can even make your devices work with Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and Samsung Bixby all at the same time. matter residences