Bluetooth Mesh: You can connect up to 32,000 devices at once
Bluetooth is one of the most common wireless connections existing.
Virtually everyone who uses a mobile phone has used the Bluetooth feature in some

Today, the technology has in a way encroached to wearable
devices, speakers and other external devices. Nevertheless, before this time one
could only connect a few of devices to a single Bluetooth connection. No way to
create a suitable network with Bluetooth.
However, in a way to resolve this problem, the conception of
the Bluetooth Mesh to live. It is a network of Bluetooth devices. This network
will operate like Wi-Fi networks, as it will cover a large area and connect
many devices.
Bluetooth Mesh can connect up to 32,000 devices at once to a
single wireless network, which is quite amazing. This simply enables you to
have as many as possible Bluetooth-enabled devices at home as long as you have
a Bluetooth Mesh radio.
With a just simple switch, or an instruction/command from
your phone, you can switch on or off any device connected to the Bluetooth Mesh
from wherever you are. This works because each device linked to the Bluetooth
Mesh communicates with the other, hence sending your commands end to end.
Bluetooth Mesh: You can connect up to 32,000 devices at once
Certainly, the Bluetooth Mesh would be pretty suitable in a
smart home. But, making reference to what the VP of marketing for Bluetooth
Special Interest Group, Ken Kolderup, said, the first customers of the
technology will possible be large business environments and green buildings
making big investments in smart lighting. As soon as a building has installed a
building-wide network of smart lights (bulb), other appliances could make use
of the Bluetooth network too.
With this technology, many may not need a smart home hub to
configure and control a network, like it is done on a Wi-Fi connection. All you
will need is the Bluetooth on your phone.

Now, the Bluetooth Mesh technology is giving hope to other
smart bulb options like ZigBee that are already dying. Anyway, the first
Bluetooth Mesh devices should be out before the close of this year.


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