History of D‑Link
Datex Systems, Inc. is founded to market network adapters.
D‑Link (Datex) releases its first Ethernet Adapter for the PC, the DE‑001.
D‑Link (Datex) releases the industry's first peer‑to‑peer LANSmart Network Operating System.
D‑Link (Datex) sets up its European subsidiary, firmly establishing its foothold in North American and European markets.
D‑Link (Datex) introduces its first 10BASE‑T Ethernet Hub, one of the earliest devices to adopt the now‑standard twisted‑pair network cable.
Datex Systems, Inc. is renamed D‑Link Corporation
D‑Link’s industry‑first PCMCIA Ethernet Adapter for laptop PC wins a Quality and Innovative Product Award (Taiwan)
Dataquest ranks D‑Link the global leader in unmanaged Ethernet hubs in terms of port shipments.
D‑Link releases its first dual‑speed 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Adapter.
D‑Link releases its first managed Ethernet Switch, the DES‑3205.
D‑Link is listed among Forbes's 300 companies.
D‑Link sets up R&D centre in India to focus on e‑commerce, VoIP and future products.
D‑Link is among the first to release new standard IEEE 802.11a 5GHz Wireless LAN products.
BusinessWeek Magazine lists D‑Link among the Annual Global Top 100 Information Tech companies.
D‑Link's R&D and manufacturing arm spins off as an independent company named Alpha Networks Inc.
D‑Link is listed among Taiwan's Top 10 International Brands with a product brand value worth NTD 720 million.
The company introduces its First Gigabit Gaming Router, the DGL-4300, is introduced and subsequently goes on to win more than 25 awards. D-Link is ranked #1 in SMB networking connectivity according to The Synergy Research Group.
The company introduces its First Gigabit Gaming Router, the DGL-4300, is introduced and subsequently goes on to win more than 25 awards.
D-Link is ranked #1 in SMB networking connectivity according to The Synergy Research Group.
D‑Link DI‑524, DI‑624, and DI‑784 home routers receive IPv6 Ready certification from the IPv6 Forum.
D‑Link becomes the first company in the networking industry to introduce Green Ethernet technology in its Gigabit switches.
D‑Link receives the Outstanding Innovation Award for Industrial Technology Advancement from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, R.O.C.
D‑Link launches the first Boxee HD Media Player; the Boxee Box by D‑Link.
D‑Link introduces revolutionary mydlink Cloud Services, launches first Cloud Router, Cloud Camera, and Cloud Storage.
D‑Link rolls out first 4G LTE with Cloud Solutions for service providers and consumers.
D‑Link enters 11AC market with first complete 11AC line‑up of routers.
D‑Link’s family of Cloud Solutions gains a new category, Cloud Access Points, with the release of the DAP‑1160L Wireless N 150 Cloud Access Point.
D‑Link introduces the concept of “GET YOUR HOME TALKING,” launching a series of Connected Home products, including Wi‑Fi Camera, Wi‑Fi Smart Plug, Wi‑Fi Motion Sensor, all of which can be controlled by mydlink™ Home App to create a smart home life.
D‑Link announces world’s first 180° Wide Eye consumer Wi‑Fi camera: DCS‑960L and DCS‑2630L
D‑Link announces the EXO Router Series in an orange housing with a focus on the antenna design and power.
D‑Link Unveils First Apple HomeKit Enabled Camera at CES
D‑Link launches new Industrial Gigabit Switches for Smart City, Factory Automation and Industry 4.0 applications.
D‑Link introduces Covr ‑ the next generation of Whole Home Wi‑Fi.