“By taking a bigger leadership role in the Connectivity Standards Alliance, we will help shape the future of IoT”

Infineon will be joining the Connectivity Standards Alliance’s Board of Directors as a Promoter Member. Infineon will be represented on CSA’s Board of Directors by Skip Ashton, a longtime champion of standards in IoT having served in leadership roles with the Zigbee Alliance and Thread Group, and who currently serves as Distinguished Engineer for the company.

Infineon believes that this elevated role within the CSA underscores its commitment to advancing global open standards and helping shape the future of IoT, predicting that the company’s strengths in smart home and security will bring additional valuable experience and leadership to the Matter Working Group and the Alliance overall.

“By taking a bigger leadership role in the Connectivity Standards Alliance, we will help shape the future of IoT by actively contributing to the development of open standards worldwide, along with major initiatives like Matter that aim to unlock the full potential of the smart home for consumers,” said Thomas Rosteck, President of Connected Secure Systems Division, Infineon Technologies. “We look forward to the incredible opportunity to collaborate and help lead this growing group of cutting-edge technology companies and thought leaders to advance our shared mission to securely connect the Internet of Things, today and tomorrow.”

The Connectivity Standards Alliance, formerly the Zigbee Alliance, claims to be the foundation and future of the Internet of Things (IoT). Established in 2002, the organisation says that its wide-ranging global membership collaborates to create and evolve universal open standards for the products transforming the way we live, work and play. With its Members’ expertise, robust certification programs, and a full suite of open IoT solutions the Alliance describes itself as ‘leading the movement toward a more intuitive, imaginative, and useful world’.

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