Amazon has announced that it will take over the launch of the Eero Home Mesh Router. The financial details are not public and the takeover must be overcome by regulatory hurdles. However, once the deal is completed, Amazon will have another part of the complete Smart Home package.
Eero's Wi-Fi mesh router system connects directly to a high-speed Internet modem. With multiple devices distributed throughout the house, the router's 5GHz band supports speeds up to 867 Mbps. When Digital Trends reviewed the Eero system, his mobile-based setup and management app was one of the strongest features of the system.
Much like the benefits of an Alexa-compatible Amazon echo device in every room for easy access to smart home control, an Eero in every room would spread the high-speed Internet everywhere.
While the Eero brand is not as well-known as Ring or Blink, the smart home surveillance camera companies have acquired Amazon in the last 1
This merger is a strategic merger for each party due to its symbiosis. Smart home devices in a whole house benefit from a market for high-speed networks.
"From the very beginning, Eero's job has been to make the technology in the homes work," said Eero co-founder and CEO Nick Weaver. "We started with WiFi because it's the foundation of a modern home. Every customer deserves reliable and secure WLAN in every room. Joining the Amazon family makes us happy to learn from and work with a team that defines the future of the home, accelerates our mission, and brings Eero Systems to more customers around the world. "
Eero's lightness of use benefits Amazon in its leadership positions in the implementation of smart speakers and smart home devices.
"We are unbelievably impressed by the Eero team and how quickly they have developed a Wi-Fi solution that makes connected devices work," said Amazon Devices and Senior Vice President of Services, Dave Limp. "We share a common vision that the smart home experience can become even easier, and we are committed to continuing to innovate on behalf of our customers."