Daily Archives: May 22, 2012

D-Link Cloud Router Streamlines Remote Network Management via mydlink Mobile App

D-Link International Pte Ltd, one of the world’s biggest suppliers of networking products today introduced the latest member to its D-Link Cloud product line, the DIR-600L Wireless-N 150 Router. The DIR-600L Cloud Router creates a home network for delivering broadband Internet, sharing files, and more using D-Link’s mydlink Cloud Services platform. Easy to install and configure, it supports wireless speeds of up to 150 Mbps and includes four fast Ethernet ports for expanded connectivity.

Managing routers and ensuring their security has often been a daunting and complex process – most homes might not even know when their network had been compromised and accessed without authorization. D-Link Cloud routers, DIR-600L help to demystify network management, offering an interface that is easy to understand and simple to navigate. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on May 22, 2012 in D-Link


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Gaisano Capital Expanding capabilities with HP Thin Client technology

Gaisano Capital stands firm as one of the country’s frontrunners in the retail industry. Even with its sprawling department stores, groceries and malls, it continues to innovate and stays relevant in these fast-paced times. From its humble beginnings as a stand-alone store in Cebu City, the retail giant has expanded to 16 branches all over Visayas and Mindanao. Gaisano Capital attributes a major portion of its continuous success through the efficient use of IT assets with HP poweringup its operations. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on May 22, 2012 in HP


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Schneider Electric Supports Adamson University’s Solar Vehicle project

Schneider Electric (SE), the global specialist in energy management, recently donated a Xantrex XW MPPT Solar Charge Controller to Adamson University’s (AdU) students to help them develop their solar-powered vehicle dubbed LeePAD2.

LeePAD2 is a four-wheeled solar power-enhanced vehicle designed and created by a team composed of professors and ten graduating Electrical Engineering students from AdU. LeePAD2 was developed from the LeePAD, a three-wheeled hybrid automobile which was the first solar-powered vehicle launched by the university in June 2011. Both vehicles were called LeePAD, which was derived from the Tagalog word “lipad” meaning “to fly”. The name was cleverly coined by the Chairperson of the Electrical Engineering Department Engr. Virgilio Lomotan, who also served as the students’ mentor.

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Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Schneider Electric


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