D-Link unveils new network storage solution
Expanding its portfolio of cloud-enabled products, D-Link (www.dlink.com) has announced its latest ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000 (DNS-320L), offering a centralized storage solution with remote sharing, streaming, and management capabilities.
Delivering a home and small business cloud storage solution, the D-Link Cloud Storage 2000 enables users to remotely and locally download and upload files, delete files and folders from their storage device, and access files stored on their ShareCenter from any computer via the mydlink.com portal. Plus, with a free app for iPad, iPhone and Android devices, users can now view photos, and stream music and videos from their ShareCenter directly to mobile devices from anywhere in the world, says Ken Loyd, director, consumer products, D-Link Systems.
The Cloud Storage 2000 replaces D-Link's leading DNS-320 storage device and includes a faster CPU, Gigabit Ethernet port for high-speed data transfers and a hardware design supporting up to two 3.5-inch SATA hard drives. The Cloud Storage 2000 supports multiple user streams simultaneously and doesn't require any tools for installation.
For added protection, the Cloud Storage 2000 is equipped with RAID 1 technology to protect user's valuable files. Users can also backup their files using the Amazon S3 service to protect files in the event of a catastrophe.
In addition, the Cloud Storage 2000 features a brand new Photo Center that aggregates and organizes user's photos from their storage device, allowing administrators to create photo albums, view them with a slide show, and share photos with friends via emails, Cooliris and posts to your Picasa web album.
The Cloud Storage 2000 will be available for a retail price of US$149.99 throughout the D-Link network of retail and e-tail outlets in North America.