D-Link is the corporate name of a designer and manufacturer of networking, broadband, digital, voice and data communications solutions. The company offers consumer devices in addition to providing network connectivity solutions to small and medium-sized business. The company’s products and services include networking solutions for wireless bridging, network storage, cable and DSL modems, PoE adapters, network adapters, routers and more. D-Link was founded in 1986.

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