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D-Link Gets Smart at Mobile World Congress 2018

D-Link has previewed its latest range of devices and services for smart homes, smart cities and smart businesses at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

This includes a wide range of new switches, cloud-based IT management solutions and upgrades to the company’s existing portfolio of devices, all showcased throughout the global event at Hall 5, stand 5H70.

D-Link’s range of devices at Mobile World Congress 2018 included a new range of new mobile solutions to bring seamless connectivity to consumers, businesses and carriers, including Edge as a Service, Connected Transportation, Smart Parking, Smart Retail, Connectivity & Surveillance, Fixed Mobile Convergence and BLE IoT Solution.

The company's new subscription-based cloud network management solution Nuclias and MyDlink Pro series of surveillance cameras were also on display.

During the event, D-Link also launched new support for Software Defined Networking via a free upgrade for D-Link’s DGS-3000 (Access layer) and DGS-3630 (aggregation layer) switches, and all new DXS/DQS-5000 data centre switches, which will offer up to 32 100GbE ports for Top-of-Rack or End-of-Row applications. The enhanced DGS-3000 and DGS-3630 firmware, which also enables support for OpenFlow 1.3, will be available for testing in Q2 and Q1 respectively. The DXS/DQS-5000 series switches will be available from the end of Q2 2018, supporting OpenFlow 1.3.

They also unveiled their latest ruggedised, high-performance switches designed specifically to support the swiftly growing demand for smart city applications, industrial automation and rapid adoption of 4.0 techniques.

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