Friday, February 01, 2019

One in three smart home owners control them through a network, like Alexa

More people are buying smart home devices, and connecting them through platforms or systems like smart speakers and hubs. So says a new report from Parks Associates which found that 35 percent of smart home owners are using a hub or app to run their smart devices.

The report, 360 Deep Dive: Smart Home Ecosystems: Driving the Smart Home Forward, finds that homes with broadband are the most likely to turn to smart speakers, with 5 percent of these households using an Amazon Echo, Google Home or other voice-enabled device compared to 2 percent who use an independent brand.

From the articel "One in three smart home owners control them through a network, like Alexa" by Lauren Barack.

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