LEEDARSON specializes in the R&D and manufacturing of smart home devices to design, build, test, and deliver solutions that help consumers experience the full potential of the IoT. Part of the company’s mission to help realize a world of smart devices is supporting emerging technologies that make wireless development easier. For this reason, LEEDARSON has been an enthusiastic driver of the Matter standard.
Confident in Matter’s ability to simplify development and interoperability, the company has been very involved in Connectivity Standards Alliance, or CSA, which maintains the Matter standard. LEEDARSON is participating in the Matter specification validation event (SVE) scheduled to take place this summer, which will serve as a forum for manufacturers to conduct testing on their devices and qualify for Matter certification.
Help unify wireless IoT connectivity for the most popular device manufacturers and accelerate consumer adoption by championing the Matter standard.
The EFR32MG24 Series 2 Multiprotocol SoC is explicitly designed to support the Matter standard and features the performance, security, and memory requirements LEEDARSON needed in an integrated circuit.
By developing applications based on the MG24, LEEDARSON and its customers can take advantage of interoperability and have confidence that a single application can scale across projects.
Expanding the IoT’s Reach with Interoperability Between Ecosystems
As a powerhouse behind many tech giants, LEEDARSON understands how important it is to unify IoT connectivity across different brands. LEEDARSON can help its partner companies dramatically increase production efficiency, accelerate time-to-market, and expand their customer base by providing a path toward interoperability across multiple smart home ecosystems. As consumers grow more comfortable with IoT-capable smart devices, the last thing they want to think about is that their new smart lightbulb may not seamlessly work with their voice assistant. While interoperability is an integral benefit for the end-user, another significant value-add is the opportunity to create a unified user experience for devices designed for the ecosystem. This unification can reduce the end-user learning curve, driving increased demand for IoT-capable smart devices.
Selecting the Appropriate Wireless SoC Partner
With performance and reliability in mind, LEEDARSON began evaluating IC vendors that could help them in their goal to drive momentum for the Matter standard. Large memory and Flash capability were also essential to eliminate the need for supplemental processing power. In addition to these two criteria, LEEDARSON also placed high importance on a partner that could provide excellent technical support with a proven, reliable software development kit. This led LEEDARSON to the newly released EFR32MG24 Wireless SoC from Silicon Labs.