D-Link Debuts Centralized Storage with DNS-320L


The new ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000 has local and cloud capabilities.

Oct. 29, 2012 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

People seem to be getting the hang of things when it comes to backing up digital content (right??). However, it’s not enough to have one spot where you store all of that stuff. People also want access to it while on the go.

D-Link has unveiled an easy way to have it all, with its new ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000. Also known as the DNS-320L, this product offers one spot for all of your digital goodies to hang out, while also offering remote sharing, streaming, and management capabilities. 

The Cloud Storage 2000 is accessible from any computer via the mydlink.com portal. The company also has free iOS and Android apps available. Once connected, users can access files remotely, upload new goodies, delete stuff from storage, and more—all from anywhere in the world.

Designed to replace D-Link’s DNS-320, the Cloud Storage 2000 boasts a better CPU, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and up to two 3.5-inch SATA hard drives. It also packs in some safety measures, via RAID 1 technology and Amazon’s S3 service.

“As the need for centralized storage has increased in today’s digital home, D-Link continues to offer high-performance and versatile storage solutions,” said Ken Loyd, D-Link’s director of consumer products. “Beyond providing a robust and secured storage solution, the Cloud Storage 2000 allows users to create their own personal cloud to locally and remotely access and manage files, store video recordings from a mydlink-enabled Cloud Camera and even stream music and video to a mobile device.”

D-Link says that the Cloud Storage 2000 is available now, with an MSRP of $149.99.

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