Matter and its Smart Home Impact

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 20 Jan 2022
Code: AN-5519
Research Type: Research Report
Pages: 42
Matter and its Smart Home Impact
RELATED SERVICE: Smart Buildings
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Understand which the devices and applications will be impacted by the Matter specification.
  • Which Matter specifications need consideration in new product development and existing product support.
  • How will Matter impact the smart home competitive environment for players throughout the smart home space and beyond.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What demands will the Matter specification put on smart home OEMs looking to deliver Matter certifiable offerings.
  • How does Matter adoption change the landscape and the partnership opportunities for players across the smart home ecosystem.
  • How will Matter develop and expand and which product and applications areas will follow the first specification.
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Details how Matter be supported and adopted across the smart home market.
  • Detailed forecasts for Matter support by smart home devices and controllers.
  • Detailed impact and demand for Smart Home protocols including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE and Thread.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Smart home OEM strategy and product development teams.
  • Silicon providers serving the smart home connectivity market and looking to target emerging capabilities and requirements.
  • Smart home platform providers looking to leverage the Matter opportunity and market awareness.
  • Appliance and consumer robotics players assessing the direction and potential for their smart home engagement.
  • Communication service providers looking to enter or maintain smart home services.

Table of Contents


1.1. Introduction
1.2. Executive Summary


2.1. Project CHIP and Matter
2.2. Matter Devices
2.3. Matter Border Routers
2.4. Matter Bridges
2.5. Matter, Thread Routers, and the Demise of the Gateway
2.6. Matter Applications
2.7. Matter and Multi-Admin Support
2.8. Matter and Security Specification
2.9. Matter and Onboard Processing
2.10. Matter Protocol Selection and Impact
2.11. Unsupported Protocols and Impact
2.12. Existing Device Support and Matter Onboard Requirements
2.13. Certification Testing Development
2.14. Candidates for Early Matter Certification: Border Routers
2.15. Candidates for Early Matter Certification: Devices
2.16. Matter after Specification 1.0
2.17. Protocol Extension


3.1. Silicon Providers
3.2. OEMs/ODMs
3.3. Management Platform Providers
3.4. Smart Home-as-a-Platform Players
3.5. Service Providers
3.6. Home Builders and Building Management
3.7. Smart Appliance Manufacturers
3.8. Consumers and Retail
3.9. Commercial Buildings


4.1. Smart Home Controllers
4.2. Smart Home Devices
4.3. Smart Home Thread Adoption