D-Link Unveils ‘ShareCenter 2-Bay’ Cloud Storage System

System offers centralized storage solution with remote sharing, streaming and management
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D-Link, a developer and manufacturer of unified network solutions, launched its cloud storage system—ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000—which replaces D-Link’s DNS-320 storage device and which offers a centralized storage solution with remote sharing, streaming and management capabilities.
In addition, Cloud Storage 2000 offers a faster central processing unit (CPU), a gigabit Ethernet port for high-speed data transfers and an intuitive hardware design supporting up to two 3.5-inch, serial advanced technology attachment (SATA) hard drives, D-Link says. The Cloud Storage 2000 supports multiple user streams simultaneously and does not require any tools for installation, providing a high performance user-friendly storage solution, the company says.
Delivering a cloud storage solution for small organizations, the D-Link Cloud Storage 2000 enables users to remotely and locally download and upload files, delete files and folders from their storage device and access files stored on their ShareCenter from any computer via the mydlink.com portal, the company says.
In addition, an app for iPad, iPhone and Android devices enables users to view photos and stream music and videos from their ShareCenter directly to mobile devices anywhere, D-Link says.
“As the need for centralized storage has increased in today’s digital home, D-Link continues to offer high-performance and versatile storage solutions,” said Ken Loyd, director, consumer products, D-Link Systems Inc. “Beyond providing a robust and secured storage solution, the Cloud Storage 2000 allows users to create their own personal cloud to locally and remotely access and manage files, store video recordings from a mydlink-enabled Cloud Camera and even stream music and video to a mobile device,” he said.

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