Telecom Lead India: 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.
The price of D-Link DIR-636L & DIR-826L is Rs 5100 and Rs 6000, respectively.
The Cloud Router 1200 and Cloud Router 2000 support speeds of up to 300 Mbps and 600 Mbps, respectively.
Both routers include mydlink Cloud Services for straightforward management and configuration in addition to integrated SharePort mobile functionality for sharing files and multimedia stored on an attached USB storage device.
“It’s vital to know who is connecting to your wireless network and what they are viewing. D-Link cloud routers offer a convenient and simple user interface for doing just that, streamlining previously daunting tasks like checking which websites are being visited, blocking unwanted devices, and configuring automatic e-mail alerts for whenever unauthorized connections are attempted. Better yet, these functions can all be carried out from an iPhone, iPad, or Android device,” said Tushar Sighat, CEO of D-Link (India).
D-Link Cloud Routers help owners to monitor and control their network from virtually anywhere using the industry-leading mydlink Cloud Services platform. Routers can be accessed from the web or via an iPhone, iPad, or Android device with the free mydlink Lite app available exclusively to D-Link customers.
Using a supported mobile device, it is possible to check the status of family members whenever they arrive home and go online–a valuable tool for wary parents. With the touch of a screen, parents can monitor which sites are being visited and block dangerous websites, or prevent unwanted devices from connecting to their home network.
When a USB hard drive or flash storage drive is connected to the router, the SharePort Mobile app for iPhone, iPad, or Android devices serves up effortless access to stored personal files and multimedia. Music, video, and photos can be streamed or transferred from the connected USB drive to multiple mobile devices from an intuitive touchscreen interface.