With the launch of Matter, it will become the "universal language" for most smart home devices, old and new. Users can buy any smart home device they want and connect it to any app they like. You can choose a voice assistant to control it or use multiple apps at home to control the device.
The advancement of Matter means more affordable smart home devices, a more straightforward setup process, and a better way for these devices to work together. It is worth noting that all the giants in the field of smart home technology are involved, and the future will be a more open ecosystem. For example, if you're sick of Alexa and want to switch to Apple's HomePod Mini to control smart home devices in your home, you don't need to buy a new one. The interoperability and compatibility of the Matter system can meet this need.
Then someone is curious, how do different equipment brands authenticate each other through Matter?
Then I have to mention the core function of Matter - The multi-Admin function. Multi-admin capabilities allow device manufacturers to build once and deploy anywhere without requiring compatibility or connectivity of other devices with the legacy ecosystem. The specific process is as follows: