Standards Could Help The Growth Of Smart Homes By Solving Security Issues
Even though the world is currently dealing with a pandemic, reports suggest that smart home devices will see a 30% increase in terms of year-on-year sales in the coming months. This is one of the reasons why tech giants are investing all their money and time on research and development – to be able to offer better customer experience. With all the advancement, it is even more challenging to ensure that smart home devices are managed, upgraded, and monitored efficiently. Customers also have to be aware that these devices are connected using Wi-Fi which increases the complexity and escalates security-related problems.
With the evolution of Broadband services, known as User Services Platform (USP), the protocol for remote IP network resource management, smart home devices will need to adapt to this new technology.
USP also provides the ability to address multiple Controllers and more can be added via discovery mechanisms, so multiple Controllers can be easily installed and communicated with simultaneously.
With this, security issues are being investigated as a high priority. All of this collectively is forecast to further improve the sales of smart home devices.
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