Is it possible to link two hubs together?

I've just ordered a Smartthings Hub 2.0 and am working on a video monitoring solution. One of the primary requirements is that it needs to look not-too-bad -- good enough to pass the spouse's muster. I'm considering the Piper NV, but that device is also a z-wave hub. Is it possible to control one z-wave hub with another? Can the Smartthings Hub recognize and control another z-wave hub just like a z-wave device?

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