D-Link launches new home networking solutions

Telecom Lead India: D-Link has launched new home networking solutions.

D-Link said the PowerLine family of home networking solutions extends the reach of home network by utilizing home’s existing electrical wiring to extend network to locations with limited or no Wi-Fi connectivity.

It will benefit the home users as PowerLine technology delivers stable and secure signal throughout.

The D-Link home networking solution delivers speeds up to 35 percent faster than standard PowerLine devices, enabling fast access to email, files, and the Internet in the farthest reaches of your home.

Its compact design lets the PowerLine AV+ Mini Adapter against blocking a second electrical outlet and is perfect for locations with limited space. With an easy Plug-and-Connect installation you can extend the range of your current home network in just a few minutes.

“Customers want an easy-to-install, no-setup-required solution to solve dead zone issues within their home that is both affordable and provides the needed performance for the demanding applications of today,” said Ken Loyd, director of product marketing, D-Link Systems.

“It’s important to have connectivity throughout your home, so whether you’re in a basement, in the kitchen, or your teenager is doing homework in their bedroom, customers want an easy to install, no setup require solution to solve coverage issues within their home. The D-Link PowerLine AV+ Mini Adapter Starter Kit addresses this requirement and universally works with existing home networks,” Loyd added.

The PowerLine AV+ Mini Adapter Starter Kit (DHP-309AV) is available now for $59.99 throughout D-Link’s network of e-tail and retail outlets, including Amazon.com and Frys.  The product will also be available at Office Max and Office Depot starting in November.

Recently, TelecomLead.com reported that D-Link India has launched its wireless cloud routers that are configurable and manageable from a mobile device. D-Link claims that new routers will address the demand for app-based solutions.

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