D-Link Nabs Four Red Dot Design Awards for 2012
D-Link International recently received four red dot product design awards. The awards were given to the DNS-320L Network Storage, DCS-6010L Fisheye Camera, DHP-W310AV Wireless Powerline Adapter, and DWR-910 Petit Router. D-Link attributed the success to its pioneering D-Link Cloud technology and the company’s renewed emphasis on usability.
Estella Tan, Sales Director of D-Link International Pte Ltd. said, “It’s an honor to be recognized with several design awards this year. Our enduring focus on the cloud has delivered some great innovative solutions that will change the way people approach networking.”
The DNS-320L is a network attached storage (NAS) system that allows homes and offices to share documents across a local network and on the Internet. It supports RAID 1 mirroring technology, which constantly mirrors content on the main HDD as a backup in the event the main HDD fails. The DNS-320L can also stream content to any UPnP AV compatible media players.
Taking a look at the DCS-6010L Fisheye network camera, it comes with a 180-degree panaromic view when wall mounted, or 360-degree surround view when mounted on a horizontal surface. It offers various display formats including original, surround, panoramic, and regional views for various mounting applications. It is equipped with a 2-megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor.
For better Wi-Fi connectivity in an enclosed area, the DHP-W310AV offers the perfect solution. It is a compact wireless Powerline adapter that extends the wireless network easily. Users just need to connect the DHP-W310AV to an existing Internet connection and this device will be able to share it with other wired and wireless devices with speeds up to 200Mbps.
Last but not least is the DWR-910 Petit Router, which serves as a LTE dongle and a multi-mode LTE/DC-HSPA mobile hotspot for any Wi-Fi enabled devices. It is powered by any USB port and can be used in houses, offices, vehicles , and on-the-go to establish 4G LTE wireless network connectivity. It is based on Qualcomm’s latest 4G LTE platform, the MDM9x15 chipset.
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