D-Link Middle East & Africa Office
D-Link helps you connect to more of everything with our innovative approach to computer networking. From relatively modest beginnings in Taiwan, the company has grown over the last 25 years into an exciting global brand offering the most up-to-date network solutions.
Whether it is to suit the needs of the home consumer, a business or service provider, we take pride in offering award-winning networking products and services. We will continue to lead the way in building networks for people around the world.
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 Ethernet 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.
D-Link's international headquarters are located in Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. More than 90 global offices serve North America, Asia and Europe, including the North American headquarters in Fountain Valley, California. D-Link maintains strategic operations in Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Russia, the Middle East, South Africa, Chile, Australia, Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, China, India and other countries on five continents.
Our engineers have been key contributors to the development of the rapidly expanding home and business networking environment we take for granted today. D-Link has been awarded patents and copyrights on a variety of technology platforms - including Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) computer chips, hardware technology designs, software applications and other intellectual properties. D-Link product solutions are high-performance and feature-rich by design.
As a key contributor to the Digital Home Working Group (DHWG), D-Link embraces industry standards as criterion for the development of new and innovative connectivity and communications solutions for home and business. D-Link products are certified by the FCC, the Wi-Fi Alliance and CableLabs.
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Making First Time Setup of Devices Easier for You
It’s in our DNA.
A personal network assistant always on hand for IT staff. Manage, troubleshoot and add new devices, anytime, anywhere
“I waste too much time on setting up new devices, I can’t concentrate on what’s important”“How can I easily access all my network devices at the same time?
I don’t want to manage them one by one”“Sometimes I’m not at my seat, I want powerful device management on the go”
Introducing DNA, a free tool to help IT configure and manage business network devices more efficiently
With D-Link Network Assistant, Busy IT Staff Like You Can...
Automatically discover new devices, configure all at once and then install them. All before your second cup of coffee.
Streamline device management
Group different devices up into Workspaces. Then customize each with different configurations, schedule automatic firmware upgrades and only receive important notifications.
*Workspaces feature only supported on desktop.
Stay in the loop
At your desk, in the meeting room or even during a game of office ping pong. Manage all devices, remotely setup and configure as well as view statuses on demand.
Setup of Your D-Link Devices is Simple
Perform initial setup configurations, troubleshoot common issues such as IP conflicts, change user credentials, configure the time & date as well as enable/disable SNMP for network management. It shouldn’t be this easy!
Give Special Attention Where it’s Needed
Sometimes devices need some one-on-one attention. Manage an individual device via the DNA app to upgrade firmware, backup & restore configurations, reboot or reset them.
Configure Multiple Devices at a Wave of the Hand
Select and configure multiple devices simultaneously. Firmware upgrades, backup configurations, change IP/SNMP settings, manage credentials or reboot and restart, all at a snap of the fingers.
Covr your Whole Home in
ONE SEAMLESS NETWORK
Better Home Networking
The secret to any great smart home is Wi-Fi. D-Link combine the highest speeds with the latest technologies to ensure that whatever your home networking needs may be, we’ve got you covered. From streaming to gaming, and everything in between — there’s a D-Link device that fits your home perfectly.
Covr Your Whole Home In Seamless Wi-Fi
Whether it’s Wi-Fi dead zones, slow connections, or endless buffering, there’s a Covr for your every home networking need. Get Wi-Fi in every corner of your home today.
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Taiwanese multinational networking equipment manufacturing corporation
D-Link Corporation is a Taiwanese multinational networking equipment manufacturing corporation headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan. It was founded in March 1986 in Taipei as Datex Systems Inc.
D-Link Corporation changed its name from Datex Systems Inc. in 1994, when it went public and when it became the first networking company on the Taiwan Stock Exchange. It is now publicly traded on the TSEC and NSE stock exchanges.
In 1988, Datex Systems Inc. released the industry's first peer-to-peer LANSmart Network Operating System, able to run concurrently with early networking systems such as Novell's NetWare and TCP/IP which most small network operating systems could not do at the time.
In 2007, it was the leading networking company in the small to medium business (SMB) segment worldwide with 21.9% market share. In March 2008, it became the market leader in Wi-Fi product shipments worldwide, with 33% of the total market. In 2007, the company was featured in the "Info Tech 100", a listing of the world's best IT companies. It was also ranked as the 9th best IT company in the world for shareholder returns by BusinessWeek. In the same year, D-Link was released one of the first Wi-Fi Certified802.11n draft 2.0 Wi-Fi router (DIR-655), which subsequently became one of the most successful draft 802.11n routers.
In 2013, D-Link released its flagship draft 802.11ac Wireless AC1750 Dual-Band Router (DIR-868L) which attained the fastest ever wireless throughput tested by SmallNetBuilder as of May 2013.
In April 2019, D-Link was named "Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure".
Products & Services/ Solutions
D-Link's products are geared towards the networking and communications market. Its business products include switches, surveillance network cameras, firewalls, iSCSI SANs and business wireless, while consumer products cover consumer wireless devices, broadband devices, and the Digital Home devices (which include media players, storage, and surveillance camera/NVR).
Examples of D-Link products
AC5300 MU-MIMO Ultra Wi-Fi Router
AC1900 Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter
Awards & Recognition
2020 CES Innovation Award
- DWP-1020 5G NR Outdoor Unit 
- DWR-2101 5G Wi-Fi 6 Mobile Hotspot 
2020 iF Design Award
- DCS-8526LH Full HD Pan & Tilt Pro Wi-Fi Camera
2020 iOT Breakthrough Award
- COVR-1902 AC1900 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System
2020 Taiwan Excellence Award
- DWR-2010 5G NR enhanced Gateway
2019 CES Innovation Award
- DWR-2010 5G NR Enhanced Gateway
2019 Taiwan Excellence Award
Media Reviews and Awards
- D-Link DCS-9500T received the 2020 Editor's Choice Award from Technology Reseller
- D-Link Nuclias Won Best Remote Connectivity Solutions at the 2020 Transformational Leadership Awards by Tahawultech
- DCS-8630LH: “What I really liked about this D-Link outdoor camera was the ease of use… If you value peace of mind, this camera is for you.” (Canada Best Buy)
- COVR-C1203: “D-Link's Covr Dual Band Whole Home Wi-Fi System is stylish, simple to install, and delivers solid throughput speeds.” (U.S. PCMag)
Quality Management Systems Certifications
- ISO 9001
- ISO 14001
- ISO 14064-1 Greenhouse Gas Verification Statement
Product Security Certification
Information Security Management System
We have completed an independent 3rd party assessment of our software development process in line with an assessment of our software security processes in line with the Building Security in Maturity Model (BSIMM).
Through BSIMM D-Link continue to improve our software security management in:
- Web-based applications
- Mobile devices applications
- Firmware communicating with hardware
In January 2010, it was reported that HNAP vulnerabilities had been found on some D-Link routers. D-Link was also criticized for their response which was deemed confusing as to which models were affected and downplayed the seriousness of the risk. However the company issued fixes for these router vulnerabilities soon after.
In January 2013, version v1.13 for the DIR-100 revA was reported to include a backdoor in the firmware. By passing a specific user agent in an HTTP request to the router, normal authentication is bypassed. It was reported that this backdoor had been present for some time. This backdoor however was closed soon after with a security patch issued by the company.
Computerworld reported in January 2015 that ZynOS, a firmware used by some D-Link routers (as well as ZTE, TP-Link, and others), are vulnerable to DNS hijacking by an unauthenticated remote attacker, specifically when remote management is enabled. Affected models had already been phased out by the time the vulnerability was discovered and the company also issued a firmware patch for affected devices for those still using older hardware.
Later in 2015, it was reported that D-Link leaked the private keys used to sign firmware updates for the DCS-5020L security camera and a variety of other D-Link products. The key expired in September 2015, but had been published online for seven months. The initial investigation did not produce any evidence that the certificates were abused.
Also in 2015, D-Link was criticized for more HNAP vulnerabilities, and worse, introducing new vulnerabilities in their "fixed" firmware updates.
On 5 January 2017, the Federal Trade Commission sued D-Link for failing to take reasonable steps to secure their routers and IP cameras. As D-Link marketing was misleading customers into believing their products were secure. The complaint also says security gaps could allow hackers to watch and record people on their D-Link cameras without their knowledge, target them for theft, or record private conversations. D-Link has denied these accusations and has enlisted Cause of Action Institute to file a motion against the FTC for their "baseless" charges. On 2 July 2019, the case was settled with D-Link not found to be liable for any of the alleged violations. D-Link agreed to continue to make security enhancements in its software security program and software development, with biennial, independent, third-party assessments, approved by the FTC.
On January 18, 2021, Sven Krewitt, researcher at Risk Based Security, discovered multiple pre-authentication vulnerabilities in D-Link's DAP-2020 Wireless N Access Point product. D-Link confirmed these vulnerabilities in a support announcement and provided a patch to hot-fix the product's firmware.
In 2006, D-Link was accused of NTP vandalism, when it was found that its routers were sending time requests to a small NTP server in Denmark, incurring thousands of dollars of costs to its operator. D-Link initially refused to accept responsibility. Later, D-link products were found also to be abusing other time servers, including some operated by the US military and NASA. However, no malicious intent was discovered, and eventually D-Link and the sites owner Poul-Henning Kamp were able to agree to an amicable settlement regarding access to Kamp's GPS.Dix.dk NTP Time Server site, with existing products gaining authorized access to Kamp's server.
On 6 September 2006, the gpl-violations.org project prevailed in court litigation against D-Link Germany GmbH regarding D-Link's alleged inappropriate and copyright infringing use of parts of the Linux kernel. Following the judgement, D-Link agreed to a cease and desist request, ending distribution of the product.
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- ^#1 for Wireless Throughput. . SmallNetBuilder May 2013
- ^Best Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure of 2019 as reviewed by customers. . Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice - Apr 2019
- ^"DWP-1020 5GNR Outdoor CPE".
- ^"DWR-2101 5G NR MiFi".
- ^"DCS-8526LH Full HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera".
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- ^"Wi-Fi Bluetooth Hub".
- ^"Transformational Leadership Awards: Honouring excellence and innovation".
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- ^"D-Link settles dispute with 'time geek'". www.theregister.com. Retrieved 17 September 2020.
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