D-Link have announced new CAPTCHA security for selected models in their router range, promising more resilience against DNS-altering malware and spyware. The new firmware - which is also available to upgrade on existing models - adds the familiar distorted letters and numbers to common router settings pages.
There’s more reason than ever to get you some green technology tomorrow (March 17th). It's St Patrick’s day and D-link is throwing a 10% discount on company’s green products lineup from switchers, routers to storage enclosures.
The offering will last one day only from local computer retailers to Dlink’s solution providers and distributors. If you can’t locate one locally, the markdown is already online on company’s store, and the web savings will last longer until the 20th.
D-Link now shipping its new DSN-1100, a 5-Bay iSCSI Network Area Network (SAN) Array enclosure, offering up to a total of 7.5 Terabytes storage capacity for SMB Budget.
The DSN-1100 is housed in a compact desktop chassis, built on the same System-on-a-Chip technology from company’s DSN-3000 family SAN arrays. It implements 4 one-gigabit ports and supports IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Groups (LAG) for full offload capability; all four ports can be grouped together, totaling up to 425MB/s bandwidth, to increase throughput and redundancy. The unit supports SATA-II drive and a host of Raid configuration from 0,1,1+0 and 5.
D-Link have announced a series of new home-starter internet surveillance kits, which use Powerline networking to make setup straightforward. The three initial products consist of the DHA-390 starter kit, which comes with a single CCTV camera and Powerline receiver/transmitter pair, the DHA-310 expansion kit, which offers an additional camera and Powerline transmitter, and the DHA-330 video player, which is a 7-inch monitor suitable for local or remote viewing.
If you find yourself constantly wishing you had more screen real estate to work with, D-Link has a new product that might interest you. The D-Link SideStage hopes to provide a bit more space without the need for an entire second monitor.
We're starting to see a lot of devices wearing multiple hats, so to speak, and the D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685 is no exception. Not only is the DIR-685 an 802.11n Wi-Fi router, it also packs network attached storage (NAS) and D-Link's SharePort Technology, which allows printers, scanners and other devices to be shared over the network via USB.
D-Link have announced the DIR-825, a WiFi-N router capable of simultaneous dual-band use. The DIR-825 Xtreme N can sustain both a 2.4GHz and a 5GHz network at the same time, intelligently differentiating between bandwidth-intensive applications such as VoIP and online gaming and assigning them to the more stable 5GHz frequency. Meanwhile general network traffic uses the 2.4GHz band.