Matter Device Control Integrates with Samsung SmartThings

Samsung SmartThings, the premier technology enabling connected living and driving the future of IoT, announces the addition of the new protocol, Matter. This allows consumers to control Matter-enabled devices using their multiple Samsung products. The integration was announced at Samsung Developer Conference. Matter allows Samsung’s Galaxy devices, TVs, and Family Hub appliances1 to have the most versatile connectivity options through SmartThings.

Matter is an industry-changing connectivity standard created by more than 180 companies and is transforming the smart home industry. Matter aims to become the de-facto standard in every home, that offers consumers interoperability between devices, flexibility, and more choices when purchasing connected home devices. As a founding member, SmartThings is one of the most flexible platforms able to work with multiple protocols including, Zigbee, Z-Wave, and now, Matter. It will enable consumers with existing smart homes to seamlessly integrate new devices into their homes. 

“We truly believe that Matter is the foundation and future of IoT, and we are thrilled that Samsung SmartThings will be embedding it into so many products accelerating smart home adoption and bringing users more convenient connected home experiences wherever they are,” said Michelle Mindala-Freeman, Head of Marketing for the Connectivity Standards Alliance.

“Samsung TVs, appliances, and Galaxy devices are part of everyday life for millions of people around the world, and integrating SmartThings hub functionality into these devices will make it easier for users to experience connected living without an additional hardware purchase. On top of that, adding Matter support into the SmartThings platform will only broaden the choices of devices to connect as Matter-enabled devices flood into the market next year,” said Jaeyeon Jung, Corporate Vice President at Samsung Electronics and Head of SmartThings. “Matter will help drive a surge in smart home adoption, and with SmartThings, it will be easier for users to gain smart home experiences with seamless device onboarding, customized automation, and a choice of voice assistants. We’re proud to have been leading this standardization initiative since its inception, alongside other industry leaders in an effort to bring the Matter protocol to life.”

Matter-enabled devices will join numerous products and brands already available within SmartThings’ vast ecosystem, including devices from Google, eve Systems, Honeywell Home by Resideo, Linksys, Nanoleaf, Philips Hue, Schlage, Wemo, Yale, and more.SmartThings’ open platform brings together devices, developers, and services to offer one of the largest integrated ecosystems. Samsung will bring Matter to multiple products in 2022.

About SmartThings

SmartThings is the premier technology enabling connected living and driving the future of IoT. Its open platform already supports thousands of devices across hundreds of brands and offers endless possibilities to innovators and developers seeking seamless connectivity in a vast IoT ecosystem. 

The company is committed to bringing smart functionality and capabilities everywhere consumers want to be while enhancing the user experience. Launched in 2012, SmartThings is headquartered in Mountain View, CA, and is a founding board member of Connectivity Standards Alliance, an organization of hundreds of companies creating, maintaining, and delivering open, global standards for the IoT. For more information, please visit

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