D-LINK TO RAMP UP GREEN TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES IN MEA
Vendor pledges to help partners and end user customers with sustainable initiatives
D-Link Corporation, a maker of connectivity solutions for small, medium and large enterprise business networking, has said it is ramping up efforts that are aimed at pushing the “Green Technology” agenda for channel partners and end user customers in the Middle
East and Africa (MEA).
According to the vendor, it recognises its responsibility for business growth, responsible corporate citizenship, constant product innovation and adjustment of technology to meet the needs of channel partners, businesses, consumers and the environment.
Sakkeer Hussain, director Sales and Marketing, D-Link MEA, said the company has been promoting green technology development and adoption in the MEA market for over two decades. “Eleven years ago, D-Link was the first to introduce the industry’s first ‘Green Ethernet’ technology with a series of environmentally friendly small office, home office (SOHO) Gigabit switches that decrease energy costs by reducing power consumption without sacrificing operational performance and functionality,” he said. “D-Link has continued this ethos and today, we continue to develop green networking technology, which allows our products to drastically reduce power consumption.”
Hussain said D-Link envisions that products like these will help preserve the environment through waste reduction and energy savings. “By utilising this guiding principle, D-Link Green will continue to lead the networking solutions industry in corporate environmental responsibility,” he said.
Hussain says D-Link has been building ‘green technology’ for the last 20 years.