ZigBee Alliance Updates Standard

The ZigBee Alliance is updating its standard, which promises more choice and control. The update is designed to stop a single point-of-failure on the network and enables OEMs to generate groups of devices while letting individual devices to belong to multiple groups. The enhanced Zigbee, which the company plans to release to the public in the first quarter of next year, offers support for over-the-air (OTA) setup, and broadcasts of commands such as “awake” or “sleeping” for various devices to decrease RAM requirements.
Via [wirelessweek.com]

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