Kathmandu. Oppo, the world’s leading technology brand, and The Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA) have jointly announced the board of directors of Oppo Alliance.
Under the new role, OPPO will play a leading role in the development of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity protocol issues, matter and the promotion of the protocol in China.
Matter developed and maintained by CSA is the foundation of Connected Things. It provides users with a seamless user experience of keeping various IoT devices connected to each other.
As a CSA board member, OPOL will accelerate the Alliance’s protocol development through collaboration with partners, making significant contributions to the Matter Working Group to build highly compatible IoT ecosystems.
Assistance will be provided in the field including establishment of new standards and development of new prototypes based on matter. OPPO will work for the future transformation of connectivity by promoting CSA in China and other regions by incorporating Alliance technologies into its IoT systems and products.
In addition, OPPO will enhance its collaboration with other CSA members to provide users with a reliable, secure and flawless multi-scenario convergent IoT experience.
“We are thrilled and proud to be part of CSA’s Board of Directors to develop a matrix and provide a strong user experience through IoT products,” said Neil Yang, Director of Oppo’s Standards Research Department. We will provide for the promotion of matter in China and other regions. Together with CSA and its members, we will continue to shape the future of IoT, as well as our commitment to building IoT products that provide a robust experience for every user. ”
In line with its goal of providing seamless connectivity and state-of-the-art IoT experience for all, OPPO is committed to continuing its commitment to building an open and long-term IoT ecosystem by deepening its collaboration with CSA and the global IoT community.