ADI Now Stocks D-Link Networking Products in Canada
MELVILLE, N.Y. – ADI is offering networking products from D-Link Canada to the Canadian low-voltage market, giving dealers access to a full line of IP connectivity solutions for residential and business applications.
With D-Link networking products, dealers can build a complete, scalable networked infrastructure to connect multiple security devices including DVRs, cameras and intercoms through the Internet and offer remote maintenance, monitoring and control. The products integrate capabilities in switching, wireless, broadband, storage, IP video surveillance and cloud-based network management.
“We are excited to announce our partnership with ADI in the Canadian market and feel their product offering, coupled with the value added resources they provide, will help us grow our market share,” says Lou Reda, president, D-Link Canada. “We’ve had much success distributing our solutions through ADI in the U.S., and are looking forward to expanding our reach through their Canadian channels as well.”
The company’s full line of business solutions available through ADI include routers, PoE switches, unified Wi-Fi networking, access points, IP cameras, accessories and more. D-Link products are all IEEE compliant and interoperable to work with other platforms.
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