Jan 24

The new Amplifi HD Media Router 3000 provides data transfer speeds of up to 900Mbps.

Fountain Valley-based D-link’s Amplifi HD Media Router 3000 was selected as the Consumer Electronic Show’s “Best of CES” winner for networking devices. The router, with its unique SharePort Mobile app, is capable of serving up data transfer speeds of up to 900 Mbps, automatic bandwidth prioritization and D-Link’s trademarked SharePort Cloud technology.

New products introduced at the conference were evaluated by the editors of CNET, an online technology news and business website, and the most innovative were selected as the Best of CES award winners.


D-Link’s high-performance device (model number DIR-857) also features 4Gb ports and USB 3.0, enabling faster streaming content. It also employs the company’s HD Fuel technology to automatically manage traffic flow. The device is designed to accommodate all home networking devices in a single hub, allowing connectivity between all at once while providing high-speed dual-band wireless on two channels of bandwidth operating simultaneously.

“We are honored to once again be recognized by CNET’s team of editors at CES this year, underscoring D-Link’s ongoing efforts to deliver leading home connectivity solutions and to bring a range of cloud services to home networks,” said Daniel Kelley, D-Link’s associate vice president of marketing for North America. CNET editors named D-Link products as finalists in the Best in CES evaluations in 2010 and 2009. “Whether gaming online, streaming HD media or extending your home network to multiple rooms, the new HD Media Router 3000 offers consumers high performance connectivity for a range of applications, as well as the ability to enjoy and share content anywhere, anytime.”

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