D-Link will preview its latest range of Smart Home and Smart City products at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. The company will be focusing on the theme “Connect to More.” D-Link’s solutions will cover a wide range of modern connectivity solutions – from high-speed M2M routers and in-car LTE hotspots, to smart sensors and D-Link’s new Covr Whole Home Wi-Fi system.
“Mobile World Congress is an extraordinary opportunity for us to interact with our customers and partners and communicate innovative technological ideas,” said Sakkeer Hussain, Sales & Marketing Director of D-Link Middle East & Africa. “D-Link strives to take a leading role in shaping digital transformation by integrating smart digital technologies into everyday life and connecting businesses, cities, and people.”
D-Link’s products on show at MWC 2017, which can be found at Hall 2 Stand 2D21MR, will include:
For modern consumers at home or on the move, high-speed connectivity is essential. D-Link’s range of LTE Wi-Fi routers and portable mobile LTE Wi-Fi Hotspots combine high-speed LTE Cat 9 (up to 450 Mbps download) with dual-band Wireless AC so multiple people can easily share a single high-speed, reliable, mobile Internet connection. Furthermore, Hybrid DSL+LTE routers combine 4G LTE mobile Internet with fixed line DSL broadband to facilitate a faster and more reliable Internet connection.
Machine to Machine (M2M)
D-Link will be demonstrating one of the most complete sets of M2M products in the industry during MWC 2017. Highlights include the DWM-320, its in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot with OBD2 support, and the DWM-312, a 4G LTE M2M router which provides reliable real-time M2M data connectivity in even the toughest environments, making it the perfect device for mission critical applications such as providing connectivity to ATMs.
D-Link provides one of the world’s largest ranges of Smart Home devices, and is Europe’s leading IP camera supplier. At MWC, D-Link will showcase the most recent additions to its leading Smart Home range, including the world’s first Apple HomeKit compatible camera, the Omna 180 Cam HD; a new generation of mydlink Home Z-Wave sensors and a new Z-Wave hub, capable of supporting up to 50 devices within a system. Two new additions to D-Link’s popular Wide Eye camera range, which offer an undistorted 180 degree field of view to maximise coverage and simplify installation, will also be on display.
Covr Whole Home Wi-Fi
D-Link will showcase its new Covr Whole Home Wi-Fi range. Covr combines the latest in Wi-Fi and Powerline technology to create a seamless mesh network, which enables customers to easily create a reliable home network with ultra-fast speeds. The hybrid Wi-Fi Powerline approach simplifies adding Wi-Fi connectivity to areas previously inaccessible by Wi-Fi technologies alone.
Wireless network management is easy and simple with D-Link’s Business Cloud Solution. It can be set up at multiple sites and monitored by just 2-3 employees. A large number of Access Points can be managed from one interface, and there is no limit to the amount of APs supported. The smartest technologies combined with low costs help to expand businesses and their networks.
MWC 2021: Samsung Shows Off New Watch Experience with a Sneak Peek of One UI Watch
Samsung Electronics today introduced its One UI Watch user experience at Mobile World Congress (MWC) today. The new interface is designed to make the Galaxy Watch and smartphone experience more deeply connected. Samsung also confirmed that One UI Watch will be available for Galaxy Watch on the new, unified platform it jointly built with Google, bringing performance enhancements, a more seamless experience between the Watch and Android smartphones, and access to an even greater number of applications. Samsung further revealed that its upcoming Galaxy Watch will be the first to feature the new unified platform and One UI Watch, which will make its debut at the Unpacked event later this summer.
“To unlock the full potential of these wearables, we’re leveraging our long legacy of mobile innovations and our partnerships with trusted industry leaders who have grown with us in our open ecosystem,” said Patrick Chomet, EVP and Head of Customer Experience Office, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “Through these efforts, we will enrich our smartwatch experience and convenience of the Galaxy ecosystem for our consumers.”
One UI Watch together with the new unified platform will create an entirely new Galaxy Watch experience. As part of the new experience, once you install watch-compatible apps on your smartphone, they will be swiftly downloaded onto your smartwatch. If you’ve customized your clock app on your phone to show the time in different cities around the globe, this will be automatically reflected on your watch as well. And if you block calls and messages from your watch, they will now be blocked on your smartphone, too.
The unified platform will open up new features and integrations with popular third-party apps available to download from Google Play directly on your Galaxy Watch. So, whether you’re a sports and fitness fanatic who wants to get more out of apps like Adidas Running, GOLFBUDDY Smart Caddie, Strava and Swim.com, a wellness seeker who wants to live a more balanced lifestyle with apps like Calm or Sleep Cycle, a music lover who revels in discovering new artists on Spotify and YouTube Music, or an intrepid explorer ready to roam with Google Maps—there’s something for everyone, thanks to a diverse range of partners.
“Samsung and Google have a long history of collaboration and whenever we’ve worked together, the experience for our consumers has been dramatically better for everyone,” said Sameer Samat, Vice President of Product Management, Android and Wear, Google. “That certainly holds true for this new, unified platform, which will be rolling out for the first time on Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch. In collaboration with Samsung, we’re thrilled to bring longer battery life, faster performance, and a wide range of apps, including many from Google to a whole new wearable experience.”
In addition, Samsung will bring an improved watch face design tool, making it easier than ever for designers to create new watch faces. Later this year, Android developers will be able to unleash their creativity and release fun, new designs that will be added to Samsung’s ever-growing collection of watch faces to give consumers even more options for customizing their smartwatches to suit their mood, activity and personality.
The new Galaxy Watch will be the first-ever device to feature One UI Watch and the new, unified platform, which is scheduled to be announced at Samsung’s Unpacked event later this year.
MWC 2020 Cancelled Over Coronavirus Fears
The world’s largest mobile phone showcase, Mobile World Congress (MWC), has been cancelled over coronavirus concerns, organisers have confirmed.
The GSM Association (GSMA) said it had become “impossible” for the event to go ahead as planned in Barcelona.
BT, Facebook, LG, Nokia, Sony and Vodafone were among the high-profile exhibitors to have pulled out of the annual event, citing coronavirus fears.
But Spain’s health minister, Salvador Illa, urged people to remain calm. Earlier on Wednesday, Mr Illa said people should “trust in the Spanish health system” and “take decisions based on scientific evidence”.
MWC was due to be held in Barcelona on 24-27 February. More than 100,000 people usually attend the annual event, about 6,000 of whom travel from China.
Huawei P30 Series Reaches 10 Million Units in Sales
At the MWC Shanghai Global Device Summit, Kevin Ho, the President of Handset Product Line of Huawei Consumer Business Group, said, “Huawei’s smartphone shipments reached 100 million units on May 30th, earlier than that of 2018 when we reached the same volume. The sales volume of P30 series hit 10 million 85 days after its launch. The time we took to reach 10 million unit sales is 62 days less than that for P20 series.” The company said this is a record-breaking three months for Huawei flagship series.
A series of innovative features helped Huawei achieve recognition and love from media and consumers, including the Huawei SuperSpectrum Sensor, an extreme optical SuperZoom Lens and a new Huawei Time of Flight (ToF) Camera – as well as HUAWEI’s enhanced optical & AI image stabilization technology. Huawei claims it has invested more than CNY480 billion over the past decade, helping establish its powerful technological strength and partnerships in both the software and hardware supply chains, enabling Huawei to pioneer many new technologies and experience in the smartphone industry.
“Huawei believes that continuous innovation and technological leadership will continue to expand the boundaries of smartphones, creating all-scenario smart life experience for consumers. This the cornerstone of confidence from a large Huawei user community,” said the company in a statement.
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