Provides remote access to cloud cameras and cloud routers from mobile devices
D-Link’s mydlink cloud service has topped one million registered users.
mydlink is the cloud-based service that adds unmatched value to D-Link’s award-winning Cloud Cameras, Cloud Routers, and Cloud Storage devices by making it possible to access them and stream media remotely over the Internet using a smartphone or tablet announced the press release.
New mydlink-enabled Cloud Routers offer next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi for video streaming, online gaming, and VoIP calls, and also allow parents to view their children’s browsing history or block a child’s wireless device when it’s time for homework or bed.
“When we launched the mydlink cloud service in 2010, our goal was to take the complexity out of IP cameras and wireless networks,” said Tushar Sighat, CEO, D-Link (India) Ltd. “Now with more than one million people using millions of Cloud Cameras, Cloud Routers, and Cloud Storage devices to make life better every day, we are proud to have an extremely popular and one of the most mature services on the market.”
mydlink-enabled Cloud Camera or other device needs to be registered with mydlink in order to use the service. Once the device is physically plugged in and connected to the network it can be configured from the setup wizard on a Windows PC or Mac. A free mydlink account can be created during the setup process, or the device can be added to an existing account. At this point the device may be accessed from a web browser on any Internet-connected computer. Optionally, mydlink Lite or other mydlink apps can be installed on a smartphone or tablet for remote access, device management, and media streaming any time.