D-Link has announced that four of its latest products, the DNS-320L Network Storage, DCS-6010L Fisheye Camera, DHP-W310AV Wireless Powerline Adapter, and DWR-910 Petit Router have been awarded the 2012 Red Dot Product Design Award.
The Red Dot Design award is the largest and most renowned international accolade for industrial design. Each year, prominent designers and experts from all over the world evaluate products based on criteria such as degree of innovation, functionality, and overall quality. This year, over 4,500 products vied for this this coveted distinction.
Professor Dr. Peter Zec, initiator and CEO of the Red Dot Design Award, said, “The most distinguished products of the respective branch of industry faced up, not only to the tough competition this year again, but also to the critical eye of the jury. The experts thoroughly examined, tested and evaluated each individual entry applying the highest standards. With their performances, the laureates did not only demonstrate an extraordinary design quality, but they also showed that design is an integral part of innovative product solutions.”
D-Link pinned its success on its pioneering D-Link Cloud technology and the company’s renewed emphasis on usability. “It’s an honor to be recognised with several design awards this year. Our enduring focus on the cloud has delivered some especially innovation solutions that will change the way people approach networking.” said Jocelyn Chung, VP of Marketing, D-Link headquarters. “The DNS-320L, for instance, is a convenient storage device that allows our customers to leverage the cloud to remotely access, view, and share files and multimedia using a computer or mobile device. Technologies like the mydlink platform now make setup and usage simpler and more convenient than ever before.”