The South Korean tech goliath is now stepping into a new Milestone of racking up a record-breaking 200 million SmartThings Find network “nodes”, after less than two years the company has gained patronage. It means the company has foregathered more than 100 million “nodes” in less than a year.
The company announced that the SmartThings platform is now paced up utterly. The SmartThings Find is kind of similar thing as one we could have seen in Apple’s “Find my network ” concept. SmartThings helps users to find lost devices and Galaxy SmartTags.
In a press statement, Samsung undisclosed that the SmartThings Find network has considerably doubled in volume over the last year, with 200 million “find nodes” on the table the company is moving towards a new horizon. A “find node” is a Galaxy smartphone or tablet that is registered to use SmartThings Find and can pass on the location of a Galaxy SmartTag to the tag’s owner.
The company clearly states that 100 million registered devices were collected in less than a year.
We’re proud and excited to see the rapid growth of the SmartThings Find service. In less than two years, 200 million devices have opted in to help fellow Samsung Galaxy users find their misplaced devices — making it one of the fastest growing services at Samsung,” said TM Roh, President, and Head of Samsung Electronics MX (Mobile eXperience) Business. “Losing a device can be stressful, but SmartThings Find makes it easier to quickly locate and recover your device. It’s just one example of how a connected ecosystem of devices creates meaningful experiences for Samsung Galaxy users all over the world.
In other words, now you don’t have to ponder about the lost smart tags, with the 200 million “nodes” out on the horizon, you will probably discover your SmartTag as it comes across a registered device.