Free mydlink portal launched

June 2009 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

D-Link is shipping network cameras that allow home or business users to remotely monitor live streaming video through the company’s new www.mydlink.com portal.

The new D-Link Network Camera (DCS-1100) is mydlink-enabled, allowing it to be easily added to the mydlink portal that features technology to activate and manage networking products via a single website, providing customers with an easier way to experience a connected, digital lifestyle. A wireless 802.11n version, the DCS-1130, is expected to ship at the end of this month.

Offering plug-and-play connectivity, the new D-Link network cameras feature easy installation and setup, mobile 3G and Web monitoring, 16x digital zoom, motion detection, integrated microphone and multiple profiles. The DCS-1100 connects to the home or small business network via a standard network cable, while the DCS-1130 connects using 802.11n Wi-Fi with WPS support.

With 3GPP mobile surveillance, users can view a live feed from the cameras using a 3G-enabled cellphone, PDA or any compatible RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) device. Users are offered a flexible and convenient way to remotely monitor their homes or offices in realtime from anywhere within a customer’s mobile network by simply using a common 3GPP-compatible player on the mobile device.

"Our new network cameras offer a user experience unmatched in the industry. By being mydlink-enabled customers can quickly view and manage their cameras from Internet Explorer with Internet connectivity,” said Tobie van Schalkwyk, country manager for D-Link South Africa. “Both cameras can function and be configured through a Web graphical user interface (GUI) as with other D-Link network cameras, while users can also take advantage of the convenient mydlink experience, offering an ideal solution for the home or small business, and providing many features found in more costly surveillance systems.”

For more information contact Tobie van Schalkwyk, D-Link country manager, South Africa, +27 (0)12 661 2025, marketing@d-link.co.za



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