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D-Link geared to cater to expanded cloud adoption in the UAE

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D-Link Corporation has announced that it is well-positioned to cater to the increasing adoption of cloud technologies by regional enterprises. Businesses across the globe from all sectors are accelerating their cloud objectives and evolving into digital-first enterprises, especially in the wake of the ongoing pandemic. 

Sakkeer Hussain, Director, Sales and Marketing, D-Link Middle East, said, “As a company, our objective is to offer customers relevant ground-breaking technologies and superior products to enable them to thrive in the digital era. Customers are growing more receptive to innovations in the cloud as they witness result-driven use cases in the region.” 

D-Link’s Nuclias Managed Wireless Networking Solution portfolio has experienced a wide adoption in the regional market, especially as it was introduced during the peak of COVID-19 lockdowns. Regional businesses were able to implement solutions from Nuclias Cloud portfolio effortlessly to connect to company networks as the installation process demanded a minimal need for in-house IT skills. Customers can manage their networks from the cloud with this solution, which boasts benefits around control and convenience. 

Hussain said, “Cloud technologies are central to D-Link’s advanced product portfolio, whether it is our cloud routers, cloud cameras or cloud-managed APs. Cloud-managed networks will dictate the future for businesses as the cloud economy has been growing at a substantial rate.”

Earlier this year, D-Link had also announced the latest intelligent cameras, which included its flagship product – my D-Link DCS-8630LH Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Spotlight Camera with Built-in Smart Home Hub. These new cameras are equipped with edge-based person detection with AI technology, allowing for more intelligent and personal automation and surveillance for every smart home. The cameras are interoperable with other devices in my D-link ecosystem, and also work with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, as well as conform to the ONVIF standard.

Hussain concluded, “D-Link will continue to lead innovations in the cloud space. Working in close quarters with our channel partners, we are well-prepared to support our regional customers in their cloud journeys and enable them to leverage the technology’s many benefits in the years to come.”


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