On Monday, Amazon announced it has signed an agreement to buy honestly, the company behind the popular network routes. Details of the deal are scarce at this point, but the two companies say they have a common vision that "the smart home experience can be even easier."
From the press release:
" We are incredibly impressed with the honest team and how quickly found a WiFi solution that allows connected devices to work only," says Dave Limp, SVP for Amazon Devices and Services. "We have a shared vision that the smart home experience can be even easier, and we are committed to continuing to innovate on behalf of our customers."
"From the beginning, the mission of the honor has been to bring technology into the home just to work, says Nick Weaver, co-founder and CEO of eero. "We started with WiFi because it is the foundation of the modern home. Every customer deserves reliable and secure WiFi in every room. By joining the Amazon family, we are happy to learn and work closely with a team that defines The future of the home, accelerating our mission and bringing honor systems to more customers all over the world. "
For the Unknowns They use multiple access points that work with" close-home "in fast and reliable WiFi. The systems are customizable, depending on the size of the home, and can usually be set up in less than 10 minutes using the smart mobile app.
This is just the latest in a wide range of acquisitions for Amazon in the smart home space. In 2018, it purchased the video doorbell manufacturer Ring, and last year it purchased Blink Home, a home business company that produces battery-powered home cameras.
Source: Press Release