Advance home and building automation with IP-based, low power wireless mesh technologies.
What is Thread?
Thread portfolio by memory & use case
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Why choose TI for Thread and Matter
Extend your battery life with our Thread and Matter devices with features including 0.85-µA standby current over temperature, best-in-class coin-cell operation at 10 dBm and more.
With industry's first public demo and as a promoter member of the CSA, TI offers all you need to get started today with your IoT Matter project.
One-stop for any protocol or application with our SimpleLink™ software development kit (SDK). The most reliable, complete software offering optimized for our low-power devices.
Thread and Matter solutions are proven and tested to meet the highest industrial and regulatory compliance standards as well as provide easy certification with the Connectivity Standards Alliance.
Discover featured applications
Thread enables standardized wireless connectivity from smart building products to the cloud.
With more than 20 years of experience developing connectivity devices, TI helps:
- Create low power, connected Thread-based building automation systems that link a variety of sensors and controllers, securely enabling remote monitoring and control.
- Enable easy connection to IPV6 networks for thread enabled devices.
- Connect multiple sensors to optimally control indoor environments.
Create a reliable large-scale lighting network with TI Thread technology to receive the benefit of IPV6 connections and high degrees of interoperability.
Due to the advantages of Thread IPV6 connectivity and interoperability, Thread can support highly connected lighting deployments with ease. Coupled with TI's quality product offerings, 20 years of RF experience and industry-best support, quickly get your next lighting project started.
Add Thread to grid infrastructure applications to reduce maintenance costs and improve efficiency including in cases where IPV6 connectivity and high levels of interoperability are needed.
The electric grid is becoming smarter every day, with improved monitoring and control capabilities. Many of these are enabled by secure Thread wireless connectivity, which can be used to replace expensive cables, improve maintenance access and give more control to grid operators.