New smart home technology standard launched in China

China Telecom, one of the three Chinese telecom giants, recently launched a smart home industry alliance in China. Members of the alliance include leading Chinese smart home appliance brands like Haier, Hisense, and Skyworth; multinational chip makers including Qualcomm and Marvell; smart phone h...

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