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May 23, 2012

D-link Showcases Latest Remote Surveillance Solution Devices

By Sylviane Nuccio, TMCnet Contributing Writer

D-Link (News - Alert), a prominent source of home network equipment and wireless, switching, broadband, storage, IP Surveillance and cloud-based network management fields, is showcasing the latest products in home and business security solutions this year at the Cable Showcase in Boston, Mass. from May 21-23.

"We are excited to join this year's Cable Show to help highlight the latest products and technologies available to MSOs as well as offer insight for future capabilities," said Eli Gavra, Senior Vice President of D-Link.

D-Link is taking the lead in investing in new technology for home and business security solutions in order to expand their services to consumers.

The Cable Show display will include the latest IPv6 ready DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem and Gateway (News - Alert) solutions, PowerLine routers, MoCA solutions, and a range of IP camera home-surveillance solutions that allow cable manufacturers to expand their services beyond basic internet connectivity.

A newer version of DOCSIS 3.0 of IPv6 to replace IPv4, which uses fewer bits, was needed for growing network getting more IP devices. This new wireless IPv6 multimedia solution allows for more IP addresses.

D-Link is proud to display specific surveillance security solutions for consumers with indoor and outdoor camera device solutions, offering day and night comprehensive coverage which support iControl Networks’ (News - Alert) OpenHome software platform. 

Such cameras will feature advanced capabilities with up-to-date video systems (H.264, MPEG4), local recording via a MicroSD slot, PIR (passive infrared night vision surveillance), and WPS (Wi-Fi Protect Setup) configuration and connection. The company will also include Home Network Cloud Cameras – mydlink – remote monitoring using mydlink app via iPhones, iPads or Android (News - Alert).

To learn more about D-Link visit www.dlink.com. Users can also connect with D-link through Facebook (News - Alert) at www.facebook.com/dlink or Twitter at www.twitter.com/dlink.

Edited by Braden Becker

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