D-Link to showcase smart home solutions at MWC 2017

Networking vendor to emphasise on digitally transforming businesses and homes
Mobile World Congress is an extraordinary opportunity for us to communicate innovative technological ideas,” said Sakkeer Hussain
Mobile World Congress is an extraordinary opportunity for us to communicate innovative technological ideas,” said Sakkeer Hussain

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D-Link, the networking equipment manufacturer, will preview its latest range of Smart Home and Smart City products at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, focusing on the theme “Connect to More.”

Solutions on showcase will range from high-speed M2M routers and in-car LTE hotspots, to smart sensors and D-Link’s new Covr whole home Wi-Fi system. Sakkeer Hussain, sales and marketing director of D-Link Middle East & Africa said: “D-Link strives to take a leading role in shaping digital transformation by integrating smart digital technologies into everyday life and connecting businesses, cities, and people.”

Few of the products and solutions that will be highlighted are hybrid DSL+LTE routers; DWM-320 its in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot with OBD2 support, and the DWM-312, a 4G LTE M2M router; Omna 180 Cam HD, the Apple HomeKit compatible camera; Z-Wave sensors and a new Z-Wave hub, capable of supporting up to 50 devices within a system; and business cloud solution.

 

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