D-Link's Latest Offerings Help Cable Operators Extend Internet Connectivity Using a Home's Existing Cable Wiring for Wall-to

 D-Link's Latest Offerings Help Cable Operators Extend Internet Connectivity
        Using a Home's Existing Cable Wiring for Wall-to-Wall Coverage

D-Link's WECB Wireless MoCA Bridge and ECB MoCA Bridge Deliver Seamless
Multimedia Streaming to Hard-to-Reach Spots, Even Wirelessly to Connected
Devices

PR Newswire

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 17, 2012

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --(SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012, Booth
#2512)-- D-Link, the cost-effective standards-based unified networking
solutions provider for consumers, small and medium-sized businesses, and
service providers, introduced today at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012 the new
D-Link^® WECB Wireless MoCA bridge and D-Link^® ECB MoCA bridge for cable
operators. Designed to provide wall-to-wall connectivity throughout a home,
these new bridges join D-Link's MoCA product family, utilizing unused
bandwidth on a home's existing coaxial wiring to deliver fast, reliable
internet speed where it's needed most – for HD streaming and online gaming to
streaming multimedia to wireless devices, such as smartphones and tablets.

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Using a home's existing coaxial cable, the easy-to-setup Wireless MoCA bridge
and MoCA bridge add Ethernet connection and strong wireless connection to any
room – even to those hard-to-reach spots, such as home or small offices where
concrete walls, successive floors in multi-storied buildings, or other
architectural impediments could inhibit a wireless signal. Equipped with a
built-in wireless access point, the WECB MoCA Bridge also allows users to
wiresslessly stream photos, video and files directly to their connected
devices, including laptops, smartphones and tablets. In addition, both the
WECB Wireless MoCA bridge and ECB MoCA bridge use separate frequencies to
tramsit data and will not interrupt TV transmission.

"Comitted to providing cable operators with industry-leading home networking
equipment, D-Link's latest offerings are designed to meet the growing demand
for a strong and reliable Internet network at every spot within the home,"
said Eli Gavra, senior vice president, Service Provider Business Unit, D-Link
Systems, Inc. "By using a home's existing cable wiring, D-Link's new Wireless
MoCA bridge and MoCA bridge offer wired and wireless Internet access in rooms
where a single gateway router cannot reach – allowing customers to seamlessly
stream HD videos, photos and more to the furthest corners of a home." 

D-Link will be showcasing the D-Link Wireless MoCA bridge (WECB) and MoCA
bridge (ECB) along with a suite of other products for cable operators,
including Cloud Cameras, Cloud Routers, access points, storage solutions and
streaming media devices, at D-Link's booth (#2512) at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012
from Oct. 17-19.

Availability

The Wireless MoCA bridge (WECB) and MoCA bridge (ECB) will be available in Q1
2013 through select service providers, and will be on display at SCTE
Cable-Tec Expo 2012 in Orlando Oct. 17-19 (booth #2512).

About D-Link

D-Link is the global leader in connectivity for home, small business, mid-to
large-sized enterprise environments, and service providers. An award-winning
designer, developer, and manufacturer,

D-Link implements and supports unified network solutions that integrate
capabilities in switching, wireless, broadband, storage, IP Surveillance, and
cloud-based network management. For more information visit www.dlink.com or
connect with D-Link on Facebook (www.facebook.com/dlink) and Twitter
(www.twitter.com/dlink).

D-Link and the D-Link logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of D-Link
Corporation or its subsidiaries. All other third-party marks mentioned herein
may be trademarks of their respective owners. Copyright © 2012 D-Link. All
Rights Reserved.

Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE Standard 802.11n
specifications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and
environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, buildings
materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput
rate. Environmental factors will adversely affect wireless signal range.

SOURCE D-Link

Website: http://www.dlink.com
Contact: Denise Keddy, D-Link Systems, Inc., +1-714-885-6318,
denise.keddy@dlink.com, Cheryl Seaberg, Walt & Company, +1-408-369-7200, ext.
2981, cseaberg@walt.com