SmartHouse - - MWC 2018 // D-Link - Writ­ten by ATHINA MAL­LIS

D-Link is launch­ing a range of new switches, cloud-based IT man­age­ment solutions and up­grades to its ex­ist­ing de­vices dur­ing MWC in Barcelona.

It is launch­ing the My­dlink Pro Se­ries, con­sist­ing of three new sur­veil­lance cam­eras with pre­mium fea­tures, the My­dlink Pro Se­ries works in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the new my­dlink app, which was an­nounced at CES in Jan­uary 2018. All three cam­eras have full HD 1080p res­o­lu­tion with

IVA fea­tures, are IP65 weath­er­proof and feature cloud record­ing. The new cam­eras in­clude: DCS-8650LH Dual Lens 180° Full HD Out­door WiFi Cam­era; iF De­sign Award-win­ning DCS-1820LM 4G LTE Out­door Cam­era; and the DCS-2802KT WireFree Out­door Cam­era Kit.

The com­pany is show­cas­ing mo­bile con­nec­tiv­ity gi­ga­bit solutions, a range of new mo­bile solutions to bring seam­less con­nec­tiv­ity to con­sumers, busi­nesses and car­ri­ers. This in­cludes, Edge as a ser­vice, con­nected trans­porta­tion, smart park­ing, smart re­tail, BLE IoT solutions, fixed mo­bile con­ver­gence and con­nec­tiv­ity and sur­veil­lance.

D-Link is ex­hibit­ing its new range of switches de­signed to sup­port the grow­ing de­mand for smart city ap­pli­ca­tions, in­dus­trial au­to­ma­tion and rapid adop­tions of In­dus­try 4.0 tech­niques. The switches in­clude,

the DIS-100G In­dus­trial Gi­ga­bit Un­man­aged Switch Se­ries: an en­try-level Eth­er­net switch for in­dus­trial en­vi­ron­ments. Th­ese un­man­aged switches of­fer plug-and-play in­stal­la­tion, ideal for net­work edge de­ploy­ment.

The DIS-300G In­dus­trial Gi­ga­bit Man­aged Switches: for in­dus­trial and smart city ap­pli­ca­tions, in­clud­ing re­mote mon­i­tor­ing of per­for­mance, fine-grained con­fig­u­ra­tion of data flows and Qual­ity of Ser­vice (QoS) to pri­ori­tise vi­tal data; and the DIS700G In­dus­trial Layer 2+ Gi­ga­bit Man­aged Switch: equipped with in­tel­li­gent QoS fea­tures in­clud­ing SPQ, WRR and SPQ+ WRR sched­ul­ing schemes to sup­port traffic shap­ing and band­width man­age­ment.

Dur­ing MWC it also un­veiled Nu­clias, the com­pany’s new sub­scrip­tion-based, cloud net­work man­age­ment so­lu­tion, en­abling man­aged ser­vice providers and busi­ness own­ers to re­motely con­fig­ure and mon­i­tor their net­work in­fra­struc­tures any­where, at any time. The Nu­clias app and on­line por­tal of­fer a range of flex­i­ble fea­tures ac­ces­si­ble at the touch of a but­ton. They pro­vide users with com­plete au­ton­omy to man­age wire­less ac­cess points, cap­ture and an­a­lyse in­sights into ev­ery con­nected de­vice.

D-Link is launch­ing new sup­port for SDN via a free up­grade for D-Link’s DGS-3000 (Ac­cess layer) and DGS-3630 (Ag­gre­ga­tion layer) switches, and all new DXS/DQS-5000 data cen­tre switches, which will of­fer up to 32 100GbE ports for Top-of-Rack or End-of-Row ap­pli­ca­tions

The en­hanced DGS-3000 and DGS3630 firmware, which also en­ables sup­port for OpenFlow 1.3, will be avail­able for test­ing in Q2 and Q1 re­spec­tively. The DXS/DQS-5000 se­ries switches will be avail­able from the end of Q2 2018, sup­port­ing OpenFlow 1.3.




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