D-Link, a producer of computer networking solutions, is shipping its Wireless N Network Camera, a compact network camera that allows users to remotely view live streaming video through a company’s multi-browser support system and through an iPhone app.
The Wireless N Network Camera is “mydlink-enabled” allowing it to be easily viewed and managed using “the mydlink portal,” thereby providing users with an easier web camera, the company says in a written statement.
Unlike a traditional universal serial bus (USB)-connected Webcam, the Wireless N Network Camera is a complete system with a built-in central processing unit and web server that transmits high quality video images for security and surveillance directly to the network system without the need for a personal computer. Simple installation and an intuitive web-based interface offer easy integration with a wired or wi-fi network, according to D-Link.
The Wireless N Network Camera also contains D-ViewCam management software that includes recording and motion detection features for a complete and cost-effective monitoring solution, the company says. With the addition of an iPhone app, users can view a live feed from any of the “mydlink” family of cameras using the mydlink portal from their phones. In addition, users can view a live feed from the cameras using any “third generation” (3G)-enabled cell phone, personal digital assistant (PDA) or any compatible real time streaming protocol mobile streaming capable device.