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Issue Date: August 2008

D-Link introduces two new network cameras

1 August 2008

D-Link has announced it is now shipping two new cost-effective network cameras for remote monitoring of the home or small office, providing an all-in-one solution for creating a surveillance camera network over an existing wired or Wi-Fi network.
With easy network setup, The D-Link Wireless G Network Camera (DCS-920) connects to a home or small business network - either wired or via Wi-Fi - to enable remote video viewing. With integrated Wi-Fi capability, the DCS-920 can be mounted in places that were previously inaccessible, such as ceiling and walls. The D-Link DCS-910 is an even more affordable, wired-only version, which connects to a home or office network using standard Ethernet network cables.
The new D-Link DCS-920
The new D-Link DCS-920
D-ViewCam2.0 a free network monitoring software, is included with both cameras to enable the simultaneous viewing of up to 32 cameras with a wide range of remote control features. With their compact and sleek design, the new network cameras connect quickly and easily to an existing network, facilitating streaming high quality MJPEG video for viewing either locally or over the Internet.
"The D-Link DCS-900 series of network cameras, members of our SecuriCam product line, offer an ideal security solution for homes and small businesses on a budget because they provide high end surveillance features at a very affordable price," said Tobie van Schalkwyk, D-Link South Africa country manager. "What sets them apart from a traditional closed circuit camera system is the remote access feature that allows users to log into the IP cameras and view streaming video from any computer with a Web browser and Internet access."
For more information contact Karien Wood, D-Link Africa, +27 (0)12 665 2165,,

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