Corporate Milestones and Achievements

1999

The DI-106 Remote Router receives the Best in Test award from Mikrodatorn Magazine (Sweden)

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1998

The Multifunction FlexSWITCH DES-5016 wins the prestigious iF-Product Design Award (Germany)

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1997

D-Link wins the National Gold Award of Excellence for DE-1824 Ethernet Hub series from CETRA (Taiwan).

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1995

D-Link's best-selling DE-805TP Ethernet Hub receives CEBIT's Best Product Award (Germany).

The DE-530CT PCI Ethernet Adapter is a finalist for PC Magazine's Technological Excellence Award (France).

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1994

DE-650CT Ethernet PC card named Best in Test by U.S. World Magazine (USA).

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1993

D-Link's industry-first PCMCIA Ethernet Adapter for laptop PC wins a Quality and Innovative Product Award (Taiwan).

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1992

The DE-809TP MiniHub awarded Best of Connectivity and selected as Editor's Choice by Byte Magazine (USA).

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1991

LANSmart Network Operating System version 2.0 wins PC World Magazine's Product of the Year (USA).

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2009

The DIR-685 Wireless N Storage Router wins a red dot Design Award.

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2008

The DCS-3415 Network Camera wins the IDEA Award (USA) for product concept design.

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2007

The DIR-655 Xtreme N Wireless Router wins the PC Magazine Editor's Choice Award (USA).

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2006

D-Link's SECURESPOT(TM) Internet Security Device wins Best of Show by CNET at CES.

The DIR-635 Wireless N Router is awarded Best Network Product of the Year by Computer Shopper (UK).

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2005

The DWL-2700AP AirPremier Outdoor Wireless Access Point wins CRN Test Centre Editor's Choice and Best of the Competition from Computer Resellers News.

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2004

The DSA-3100 AirSpot Gateway is selected as Product of the Year by CRN Magazine.

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2003

D-Link AirXpert Wireless LAN wins an Editor's Choice, out-performing Linksys, Netgear and SMC in Laptop Magazine's 802.11a/g Roundup.

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2002

BusinessWeek Magazine lists D-Link among the Annual Global Top 100 Information Tech Companies.

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2011

The Boxee Box by D-Link wins a red dot Design Award (Germany).

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