(Information is gathered from the manufacturer's official website)
Founded in 1986, D-Link is a global leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of advanced networking, broadband, digital, voice and data communications solutions. Following our company motto, "Building Networks for People", D-Link continually meets the global networking and connectivity needs of digital home consumers, small office professionals, small- to medium-sized businesses, and enterprise environments. D-Link's core competency is in LAN connectivity. In fact, we are the global leader in providing network connectivity solutions to small and medium-sized business. From the beginning, D-Link engineers have researched, designed and manufactured innovative, standards-based networking solutions. We sell our state-of-the-art hardware at the best prices. Price may be the deciding factor for many new customers, but D-Link innovation, reliability and service keeps them loyal year after year.
A major contributor to our success is our established and expanding network of global distribution and delivery channels that brings products to more than 100 countries every day. We do more than meet the growing demand for computer networking and communications solutions - we fuel it. Our development of global distribution channels in more than 100 countries has resulted in double-digit growth every year for 20 years. D-Link surpassed the $1 billion revenue milestone in 2005, driven by record sales in every geographic region of the world.
Multitech became an official DLINK Cyprus Authorised Distributor and Service Centre in 1998
Product Lines: Networking Products, Security Products, Mobile Wi-Fi, Home Automation, IP Telephony, Storage, Structured Cabling Products
D-Link Celebrates 30 Years:
A Passion to Innovate 2016 marks D-Link's 30th year in business, and we're celebrating the brand and the story all month long! How did it all begin? It's been a long, exciting journey. Ken Kao first broke the mold by building a company that created affordable, high-quality networking devices under its own name (rather than making use of an OEM). D-Link optimized the size of networking adapters (which, back then, could be as wide as 11 inches!), while providing an economical price point to consumers. In this way, Ken helped accelerate the global PC revolution.Over the years, many people have asked us what the name D-Link means. The company actually began life as Datex Systems, a combination of ''data'' and ''exchange.''
But we changed our name to D-Link when our core business took off: ''D'' for Datex and ''Link'' designating a network.
D-Link's Mandarin name means ''friends networking together,'' which is reflected in our mission statement: Building Networks for People. The same passion for innovation that Ken Kao displayed 30 years ago still rings true for D-Link today. From dedicated Cloud services to our Ultra Wi-Fi routers, from Connected Home devices to 180-degree Wide Eye Wi-Fi Cameras, D-Link continues to relentlessly pursue technologies that make our customers' lives smarter, safer, and more connected.