D-Link unveils personal cloud-enabled networking devices


5 Aug 2011
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D-Link unveiled its personal cloud based networking solutions on March 5. With the 'mydlink Cloud' service, D-link has created a platform which will allow users to view, control, share and access their network devices anytime and from anywhere.

Three product categories were introduced today - D-Link Cloud Router (DIR-600L, DIR-605L), D-Link Cloud Camera (DCS-930L, DCS-932L) and D-Link Cloud storage (DNR-322L).

D-Link Cloud Router allows consumer to experience the capabilities of personal cloud in their day-to-day operations. With all the mydlink cloud routers, users can easily remotely control their network in real time, no matter where they are. Working parents can easily keep a check on what their child is browsing from anywhere or glance through the browsing history anytime. Similarly, one can also receive notifications or e-mail alerts on their handheld device or computers, whenever a new user connects to the router or there is an unauthorized intrusion. So users can now get complete control, & secure their network easily with mydlink cloud routers.

D-Link Cloud Camera is an easy to use, versatile surveillance solution ideal for Home & SOHO users. It allows users to stay connected to what matters the most to them, as with its remote monitoring capabilities one can view live video feeds anytime, anywhere. So once the cameras are on the network, users can access live view via. an iPhone or Android device with free mydlink applications from anywhere. Or if at a desktop computer, then mydlink.com portal is always available giving instant access to camera feeds. Users can also take snapshot of any important event and share the same with friends and family. D-Link cloud cameras offer automatic day/night viewing and remote control functionality.

D-Link Cloud Storage allows users to build their own personal cloud, and effortlessly share digital content with family and friends via. an easy-to-remember URL from mydlink. All that a user needs to do is, simply plug in a USB thumb drive or external hard drive and enjoy the freedom to share and access digital media from anywhere with complete security.


Unveiling the mydlink cloud series, Mr. Gary Yang, Managing Director, D-Link (India) Limited,said, “Globally D-Link has been in the networking business for over 25 years and a pioneer in wireless technology space. In fact in India, D-Link is regarded synonymous with the internet revolution, as we were the early entrants in broadband segment in early 90’s, with the very first broadband modem. However, over the years technology has evolved and so have our customers.Today, technology is more e driven by applications, and mobility is the key. Hence, with the launch of mydlink cloud services, we embark on a new paradigm in consumer cloud space. D-Link Cloud products will definitely enable us in enhancing customer experience and gaining maximum mind-share”.

Elaborating on market dynamics and mydlink’s features, Mr. Tushar Sighat, CEO, D-Link (India) Limited, said, “India is a very important market to us and one of the most competitive and mature markets today. While ‘cloud computing’ has already garnered a lot attention, it is the personal cloud that will forever change the face of networking in the future. D-Link Cloud products integrated with the mydlink platform, will offer users complete control, mobility and easy access to the most valuable functions of their devices. Going forward, most of D-Link products will come under the umbrella of mydlink cloud services”.

Cloud Router – DIR-600L, DIR-605L is priced at Rs. 1,900 & Rs. 2,900 respectively
Cloud Camera – DCS-930L, DCS-932L is priced at Rs. 4,299 & Rs. 5,499 respectively
Cloud Storage – DNR-322L is priced at Rs. 14,000

Source : Digit
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