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Synnex to celebrate birthday in style
Synnex New Zealand will celebrate its seventh birthday this week, with a party which will literally ‘bring down the walls’.
IPv6 countdown begins
'It's finally here': Google.
Keep an eye on your home or business this Christmas
D-Link launches MyDlink Cloud remote monitoring system.
D-Link bringing SmartBeam to NZ
Latest router features multi-directional antennae capable of finding and tracking individual devices.
OPINION - Could Cisco be beaten ?
Strong forces are gathering against the dominant networking vendor.
Bucklands Beach Intermediate School uses BeamFlex
Ruckus BeamFlex technology blanketed Bucklands Beach campus with half the amount of Wi-Fi access points. Service blackspots had been reduced to zero.
D-Link plans NZ reseller tech expo
Consumer and SMB resellers invited to learn about the latest technology, trends and solutions in Auckland.
3G EFTPOS banished from ASB Showgrounds
D-Link completes overhaul of communication services at Auckland's ASB Showgrounds exhibition centre.
D-Link rolls out new SMB wireless options
The networking solutions provider has launched its new "high-performance", business-class solution.
D-Link NZ road trip detailed
SMB and home office solutions on show alongside a free working lunch.
Who does Cisco fear the most?
We list the companies Cisco fears the most in its four key product ranges for small businesses.
Synnex bolsters NZ team
Three new appointments have been made at the New Zealand subsidiary of Synnex Technology International.
D-Link builds brand strength to SMBs
<p>Networking vendor D-Link has witnessed a 20% increase in its SMB market, and it believes the result is driven by direct marketing to the end-user.</p>
D-Link passes Windows 7 tests
<p>D-Link readies itself for launch with Windows 7 Logo testing.</p>
D-Link adopts efficiencies
<p>D-Link is adopting efficiencies in the face of the credit crunch.</p>
WiRELESS – unleash your productivity!
<p>Gone are the days when employees were tethered to their desks in order to fulfil their computer- or data-related tasks.</p>
Wireless N gains ground in NZ
<p>Competing networking vendors Netgear and D-Link have both launched new, high-performance wireless N routers to the New Zealand marketplace.</p>
Is 3Com back?
<p>Few vendors come back from the double whammy of disastrous lack of innovation and a period of channel disenfranchisement.</p>
It IS easy baeing green
<p>At the end of October, D-Link released the industry’s first green Ethernet technology for network connectivity.</p>
<p>D-Link is a worldwide leading designer, developer and manufacturer of networking, connectivity, voice and data communications products.</p>
Wi-Fi for the masses
<p>Months of hard work has paid off for New Zealand Wi-Fi specialist Tomizone as it continues to expand into the global market.</p>
Digital home collaboration
<p>HP, D-Link, Benq, Microsoft and Kristil Home Automation joined forces last month to take technology to the masses.</p>