D-Link is a networking company founded in 1986 as Datex Systems in Taiwan by Ken Kao and seven others. It changed its name from Datex Systems to D-Link in 1994.
D-Link's latest Wi-Fi routers are app-connected, allowing users to remotely access their networks, check usage, and adjust security remotely. Mobile apps even allow the set-up of some D-Link routers without the need for a PC. D-Link also makes network storage, switchers, cameras, and media players. Previously D-Link had a green program which used low-power ethernet switches from Broadcom, which cut consumption by 40%.
All told, D-Link's product lineup focuses on networking and communications equipment. Their business products include surveillance cameras, firewalls, switches, iSCSI SANs. Consumer-focused products include media players, storage devices, surveillance cameras, and broadband devices to name a few.
D-Link produces the Boxee Box, a collaboration with media streaming software Boxee. D-Link provides the hardware, while Boxee provides the software.
D-Link trades under 2332 on the Taiwan stock exchange. The current CEO is Roger Kao, while John Lee, Charley Chang, A.P. Chen, Kenneth Tai, Mason Liu, Victor Lee, Hui-Tzu Hu, and Joan Chen sit on the board of directors.