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HSINCHU, Taiwan – MediaTek announced that it has completed validation (interoperability tests) of NarrowBand IoT connectivity (NB-IoT) with SoftBank Corp...
The two parties also announced the first Smartmesh connectivity solution in China that supports the latest many-to-many Bluetooth mesh technology, in an effort to speed up the adoption of this technology in smart home settings.
The solution, which is based on the Labs' self-developed IoT protocol named IoTConnect and the Bluetooth chip co-developed by both parties, enables smart home devices to automatically pair with Tmall Genie, the Lab's first voice-controlled smart assistant, leading up to a Tmall Genie-controlled smart home ecosystem.
Miffy Chan, Head of Alibaba A.I. Labs, commented: "We are excited about partnering with MediaTek to explore collaboration in the IoT ecosystem. Our AI and cloud computing capabilities, along with MediaTek's cutting-edge technology in chip design, provide unique advantages to our connectivity solutions for smart homes, offering real benefits to consumers in China and paving the way to a more connected world through innovation."
Jerry Yu, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Home Entertainment Business Group, MediaTek said: "MediaTek is thrilled to partner with Alibaba A.I. Labs in building up a voice-controlled smart home ecosystem. This follows our collaboration in delivering the great success of Tmall Genie X1."
"The smart home market is undergoing tremendous growth as technologies advance. With MediaTek's strength in connectivity and baseband, computing and multimedia, coupled with Alibaba's leading advantages in cloud computing and AI, we are confident that the collaboration will mark a milestone in the development of the IoT era," Yu added.
The partnership comes on the heels of the successful collaboration on Tmall Genie, for which MediaTech provides chip technology support. Alibaba A.I. Labs launched the smart home assistant in July last year, with an aim to provide brand new interaction experiences for Chinese consumers. Over one million Tmall Genie devices were sold in China during Alibaba's Global Shopping Festival on November 11 last year.
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