D-Link is continuing its charge for market share in the SOHO and home consumer space with its latest DI-series remote connectivity Internet access server products.
The DI-510 is a one WAN port remote access Internet server (RAS) with a "street price" (all prices including tax) of around $510 while the D-524 is its two WAN port big brother which should sell for about $965. The big daddy of the range which offers more features and easy connectivity is the DI-540, which is a four WAN port that sells for about $1334.
"Remote access is a rapidly emerging requirement for the SME, SOHO and small corporate market areas," said Maurice Famularo, marketing and channel manager at D-Link in Australia.
"More and more users want to be able to connect and download files wherever they need them. Affordable and reliable remote access is what everybody is looking for in their network connectivity these days and that is where D-Link excels."
D-Link now has over 500 authorised resellers, according to Famularo.
One LAN (UTP) port, one WAN (RS-232) portTCP/IP, IPX/SPX, PAP, CHAP and MS CHAP protocols256KB flash memoryIEEE 802.3 WAN port speed$510 (estimated street price)DI-524Five LAN (4 UTP, 1 UTP uplink) ports, one BNC port, two WAN (RS-232) portsTCP/IP, IPX/SPX, PAP, CHAP and MS CHAP protocols256KB flash memoryIEEE 802.3 WAN port speed$965 (estimated street price)DI-540One LAN (UTP) port, four WAN (RS-232) portTCP/IP, IPX/SPX, PAP, CHAP and MS CHAP protocols512KB flash memoryIEEE 802.3 WAN port speed$1334 (estimated street price)