Last updated on October 20th, 2019
Amazon seems to buy breaking up companies to strengthen its smart home business. Now, Amazon has all set to acquire Eero – a startup which has developed a strong reputation for its Mesh Wi-Fi Routers.
There is no mystery why Amazon is making that move – it likes a thought of an easy-configuration Wi-Fi system which is capable enough to be connected with all smart devices around you – even in remote corners.
Amazon’s Dave Limps Said.
“We are amazingly impressed with Eero team and how speedily they invented a Wi-Fi solution which makes connected just work”.
Amazon is yet to be revealed how much it will pay for that deal or when it will be closed. Well, it’s too prompt to say precisely what Amazon has planned for Eero – it’s easier to see how an acquisition would help its bottom line.
There is an extensive amount of Alexa-aware devices, need reliable and consistent internet connections to work without any issue.
Sensors, as well as Ring’s doorbells, could benefit too – as could Amazon’s streaming services and Fire TV devices.
After acquiring Eero, Amazon undoubtedly becomes a one-stop shop that offers both routers and smart home gadgets you need to get them online. Perhaps it’ll not please audience concerned about Amazon’s approach to privacy – but it’ll indeed make life much easier for smart home beginners.