Sep 16

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Sept. 15, 2011 — /PRNewswire/ — D-Link, the end-to-end networking solutions provider for consumers, businesses, and service providers, today announced it is now offering an IP Surveillance Technology Specialization through its Value in Partnership Channel Program. With the new specialization, D-Link provides channel partners with the technical background to develop and implement IP surveillance solutions, as well as resources designed to enrich the D-Link® business experience, making it seamless and rewarding. The IP Surveillance Technology Specialization is now available through D-Link’s Value in Partnership Program online partner portal.

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“As a technology solutions vendor, our customers rely on us to be knowledgeable experts, providing feedback and suggestions for implementing new technologies into their business,” said Neil Medwed, president and CEO of Preferred Technology Solutions. “The IP surveillance market is growing quickly with technology advancing at a rapid pace, and D-Link’s new Technology Specialization will help us stay ahead of the curve for our customers.”

Revamped in May 2011, D-Link’s Value in Partnership Program provides its channel partners with tools to differentiate themselves against competitors and position their market value as a D-Link partner. Three levels of partnership are available, and higher levels – Silver and Gold –offer additional partner benefits but require specific training to ensure end users are confident that their D-Link® partner is thoroughly trained on D-Link’s network infrastructure products and solutions. Through its partner program, D-Link also offers a Volume Incentive Rebate (VIR) Program, Deal Registration margin protection with a unique Bounty program if a deal is lost, a Rewards loyalty program, and Technology Specializations for Storage and IP Surveillance.

Technology Specializations

D-Link‘s Value in Partnership Program Technology Specializations allow partners to differentiate themselves and demonstrate proficiency within a specific product technology. The newest specialization, IP Surveillance, offers partners the ability to be thoroughly trained and aligned with D-Link on complete surveillance solutions. Benefits include an upfront discount on IP surveillance products, priority access to surveillance sales leads, and D-Link branding as an IP Surveillance Preferred Partner for differentiation in the market.

“The new IP Surveillance Specialization is one of many enhancements D-Link will be offering partners through its Value in Partnership Program,” said Steve Ryan, director of North America Channel Programs for D-Link. “D-Link is committed to providing resources for our channel partners to ensure they are able to deliver best-of-breed solutions in IP surveillance and other technologies to meet customer needs.”

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Aug 18

D-Link Australia and New Zealand managing director, Domenic Torre, announced the appointment of former Symantec Norton anti-virus team retail sales manager, Mary Georgievski, as consumer sales manager for ANZ. Georgievski also worked for IT distributor, Ingram Micro.

According to Georgievski, D-Link’s consumer business is tracking “relatively strong at the moment,” and she says, “while the retail market is a little tough, as evidenced by the number of special deals on offer, we are in a stronger position than most other suppliers.”

“With the whole move to digital convergence people are still buying new hardware devices like tablets, media players and smart TVs. And these devices rely on the seamless end-to-end connectivity solutions — such as wireless routers and PowerLine AV products — that D-Link provides.”

Georgievski says that while D-Link is best known for networking products, the company has also moved into the entertainment business, with products like the Boxee Box media streaming device helping to “enrich the digital experience for consumers.”

Based at D-Link’s ANZ Sydney headquarters, Georgievski reports to managing director, Domenic Torre, who said Georgievski’s appointment would ensure the company maintained a “strong level of engagement with all our key retail and distribution partners.”

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Aug 09

Intrusion Protection System and Web Content Filtering constantly updated by D-Link’s global sensor grid with Kaspersky Labs providing anti-virus signatures.

SYDNEY, Aust. — August 8, 2011

D-Link Australia & New Zealand, the end-to-end networking solutions provider for business and consumers, today introduced the DFL-260E NetDefend™ Unified Threat Management (UTM) Firewall, providing small to mid-sized businesses with comprehensive defence against virus attacks, unauthorised intrusions and harmful content.

The D-Link DFL-260E is the latest addition to D-Link’s NetDefend UTM Firewall family designed to protect small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) from a wide variety of network threats. It includes the same comprehensive security features as the DFL-860E NetDefend™ UTM Firewall released earlier this year but with capacities and pricing to suit smaller businesses.

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The new UTM firewall provides integrated policy-based routing, Network Address Translation, Virtual Private Network (VPN), proactive network security, Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), Web Content Filtering, Anti-Virus Protection, traffic load balancing and bandwidth management in one rack-mountable chassis.

The firewall’s hardware is designed to increase performance, and a web surfing control database contains millions of URLs for Web Content Filtering. Real-time IPS, anti-virus and URL database update services protect the network from application exploits, network worms, malicious code attacks, and provide everything needed to manage employee Internet access behaviour.

The DFL-260E’s network management features include Remote Management, Bandwidth Control Policies, URL/Keyword Blocking, Access Policies and SNMP. For network monitoring, the firewall supports e-mail alerts, system log, consistency checks and real-time statistics.

Maintaining an effective defence requires that all three databases used by the UTM firewall are kept up to date. To provide a robust defence, D-Link offers optional 12-month NetDefend Firewall UTM Services subscriptions which include distinct NetDefend service updates for IPS, Anti-Virus and Web Content Filtering (free three-month trials are also available).

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Aug 03

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Aug. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — D-Link, the cost-effective, standards-based unified networking solutions provider for small business and medium enterprise IT environments, today announced that President Nick Tidd and the D-Link® DSN-5000 series of iSCSI SAN Arrays were named as finalists for the 3rd annual Golden Bridge Awards, a premier business awards program that honors global companies and products for significant industry achievements. Joining industry elites from leading companies, Tidd was nominated as “Executive of the Year” while the D-Link DSN-5000 xStack SAN Array was nominated in the “Best New Products and Services” category for information technology hardware.

As president of D-Link North America, Tidd focuses on making D-Link operations more efficient, while fostering a sense of empowerment and accountability among employees. He has added new vitality to D-Link’s North American region by driving growth in small business and medium enterprise environments, increasing relationships with key service providers to offer D-Link’s networking innovation to their customers, and continuing to develop leading solutions for home customers. Tidd has also implemented strategies that drive D-Link’s channel leadership position in North America, launching its best-in-class partner program that includes compelling financial incentives unique to the industry.

“I am honored to be nominated for this esteemed award and to be included in a category with other industry leaders of such high caliber,” said Tidd. “D-Link is a trusted global brand recognized for its robust and affordable networking solutions, and it’s a pleasure working with my team to drive innovation and deliver technology solutions that enrich homes and businesses.”

The DSN-5000 is a robust storage solution that offers data managers several feature-rich capabilities including High-Availability (HA) configuration, fast transactional processing, 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity for maximum throughput performance, advanced volume virtualization technology, future-proof capacity expansion, guaranteed interoperability with the IP SAN network and major server virtualization technologies, and extended product lifecycles and warranties. In addition, the DSN-5000 provides free firmware upgrades without forcing users into expensive service contracts and allows customers to source non-proprietary, off-the-shelf disk drives, keeping storage costs down.

“The D-Link DSN-5000 is ideal for performance-demanding applications and easily complements any business’ network storage strategy,” said Chris Gruber, director of product marketing, Storage Solutions, D-Link North America. “It optimizes the transactional performance of critical applications such as server virtualization, database hosting, e-mail, audio or video post-production, and video surveillance.”

An annual achievements and recognition awards program with active participation from a broad spectrum of industry voices, the coveted annual Golden Bridge Awards program encompasses the world’s best in organizational performance, products and services, executives and management teams, innovations, case studies, product management, public relations and marketing campaigns, and customer satisfaction programs from every major industry in the world.

Winners of the 2011 Golden Bridge Awards will be honored in New York City on Aug. 10, 2011 during the annual dinner banquet.

About the Golden Bridge Awards

Golden Bridge Awards are an annual industry and peers recognition program honoring best companies of all types and sizes in North America, Europe, Middle-East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Latin-America, as well as best products, innovations, management and teams, women in business, and public relations and marketing campaigns from all over the world. Learn more about The Golden Bridge Awards at www.goldenbridgeawards.com.

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Jul 20

Delivering better connectivity, security, efficiency and value, as well as IP surveillance cameras, D-Link provides network solutions for the implementation of any IP surveillance project. The company also manufactures switches, storage devices, network security and wireless products. D-Link’s range is now available through Norbain.

D-Link were one of the first manufacturers to recognise the need for more energy-efficient switches. Cutting power consumption without sacrificing performance, D-Link’s ‘Green’ products use fan-less technology that saves energy and reduces failure rates, and feature ‘intelligent’ ports that ration power to where it’s most needed.

Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) switches offer unparalleled flexibility and value by delivering power via connecting Ethernet cables to devices such as Access Points, VoIP phones or IP cameras; useful for where power sockets are either unavailable or inconvenient to install.

D-Link offers a wide portfolio of Storage solutions; from easy to manage Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices, to high-performance, high-capacity Storage Area Network (SAN) solutions. Cost-effective, they provide centralised data storage accessible from multiple locations on the network or over the Internet.

D-Link’s latest generation of Wireless N products provide bandwidth and transfer speeds comparable to their wired equivalents. Robust enough to be deployed at the very core of a network, they give greatly enhanced reliability and coverage, and include advanced security features to keep organisations safe from intrusion.

D-Link’s range of NetDefend Network Security products provides an all-in-one security package; protecting against viruses, preventing intrusion and filtering content. They can stop access to blacklisted websites, monitor instant messaging and protect remote workers while cutting the time-cost of security management.

Applying their 25 years of networking expertise, D-Link has developed a wide choice of IP Cameras that cater for the needs of any business. Using advanced technology, D-Link IP cameras produce high-resolution images and work in the dimmest of light conditions. They can send instant intrusion warnings 24/7 to a PC, smart phone or any web-enabled device.

“From start-ups through to multi-site operations, D-Link’s broad range of innovative technology offers customisable and flexible solutions,” says Buzz Coates, Norbain’s Divisional Director Branded CCTV. “Whether starting from scratch, extending an existing IP network or upgrading from an analogue installation, D-Link’s networked systems can help installers achieve maximum value with the minimum of cost.”

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