Countertop oven underlines home appliance giant’s commitment to connectivity standard

Posted: 21.03.2024

Matter is the foundation for connected things. It offers consumers an industry-unifying connectivity standard that securely and seamlessly connects compatible devices and systems with one another irrespective of their brand or device type.


After being among the first companies to achieve Matter certification for an air conditioner and to demonstrate a Matter-connected fan purifier and dishwasher, Midea continues to show its commitment to Matter with the demonstration of the Matter-connected X23 countertop oven at the Alliance Member Meeting in Singapore from 18th to 21st March.


With Matter-connectivity, the Midea X23 offers a fast and secure unified setup process so users can follow the same process to get connected regardless whether it is their oven, dishwasher, or air conditioner. Once set up, the Midea X23 will be able to connect with other devices that support Matter in the rest of your home regardless of brand. The X23 countertop oven represents a further milestone by welcoming in another essential home appliance into the Matter family.


Beyond Matter-connectivity, the Midea X23 already boasts a host of surprisingly-friendly features that make users life easier:


- Bake, roast, and grill with one appliance: With a wide range of cooking functions, the multifunctional X23 streamlines the cooking process to save time and space in the kitchen.


- Patented graphene technology for precise cooking: Midea’s patented graphene technology ensures efficient and uniform heat distribution for precise and consistent cooking results.


- Reduced cooking time with XpressHeating technology: Thanks to XpressHeating technology, the X23 heats up quickly and evenly, reducing overall cooking time without compromising on quality.


Patrick Serrato, Head of IoT for Midea America Corp. and a board member of the Alliance, expressed his enthusiasm for Midea’s latest Matter milestone. “At Midea, we are focused on creating surprisingly-friendly smart home appliances that are not just smart for the sake of being smart but offer real benefits. Allowing users to seamlessly operate the Midea X23 in tandem with other third parties through the Matter standard is at the heart of that.”


For more information about Midea and its range of smart home appliances, please visit www.midea.com.




About Matter

Matter is the foundation for connected things. This industry-unifying standard has a promise of reliable, secure connectivity - a seal of approval that devices will work seamlessly together, today, and tomorrow. Matter is creating more connections between more objects, simplifying development for manufacturers, and increasing compatibility for consumers. This collaborative breakthrough is built on proven technologies and guided by the Connectivity Standards Alliance, whose members come together from across industries to transform the future of connectivity.




About the Connectivity Standards Alliance

The Connectivity Standards Alliance is the foundation and future of the Internet of Things (IoT). Established in 2002, 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’ deep and diverse expertise, robust certification programs, and a full suite of open IoT solutions the Alliance is leading the movement toward a more intuitive, imaginative, and useful world.


The Connectivity Standards Alliance Board of Directors is comprised of executives from Amazon, Apple, ASSA ABLOY, Comcast, Google, Haier, Huawei, IKEA, Infineon Technologies AG, The Kroger Co., Latch Systems, LEEDARSON, Legrand, LG Electronics, Lutron Electronics, Midea Group, Nordic Semiconductor, NXP Semiconductors, OPPO, Resideo Technologies, Samsung, Schneider Electric, Signify (Philips Hue and WiZ), Silicon Labs, Somfy, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, Tuya, and Wulian.


About Midea and Midea Group
Midea is one of over 10 brands within the Smart Home Business of Midea Group.


Midea Group, established in 1968, is a leading global high-technology company ranked #278 on the 2023 Fortune Global 500 list, and one of the world’s largest home appliance manufacturing companies which businesses go beyond smart home appliances. In early 2021 the company streamlined its core units into five high-growth business pillars to pave the new future growth path: Smart Home, Electro-Mechanical, Building Technologies, Robotics & Automation and Digital Innovation.


All businesses of Midea Group are striving for one credo: #HumanizingTechnology.


The Midea brand believes in providing surprisingly-friendly solutions by adopting a consumer-centric and problem-solving approach. Going above and beyond for the future, constantly exploring and inventing to meet the ever-changing demand of our consumers – enabling them to “make yourself at home”.


Midea Group’s globally 35 production centers and over 166,000 employees in more than 200 countries and regions generated an annual revenue of more than USD51.39billion in 2022. Its 28 worldwide innovation centers and the strong commitment to R&D have resulted in more than 62,000 authorized patents to-date.









Patrick Serrato

Alliance Board Member & Head of IoT

Midea America Corp.




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