D-Link and Tomizone in strategic alliance

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MUMBAI, INDIA: D-Link announced that Tomizone has joined D-Link's Global Alliance Program (GAP) for solution partners to integrate Tomizone's Wi-Fi hotspot software into select D-Link router models.


Users in India with Tomizone enabled D-Link routers can secure a broadband connection for Wi-Fi Hotspot sharing to provide paid Internet access to anyone. This solution also complies with the local Indian regulatory norms.

"We see great potential opportunities in this alliance for large project deployments, with probable orders for hundreds of routers per project, especially targeting at Wi-Fi service providers and hospitality industry, such as hotels, cafes and even campuses requiring Wi-Fi hotspot access service," said Tony Tsao, CEO and President, D-Link Corporation.

India with only few thousand public hotspots has a great potential to leverage from this unique Wi-Fi solution offered by D-Link and Tomizone.

One of the features offers roaming beween any Tomizone Hotspot and with this, owners of large chain stores for example, could earn additional revenues.

The Tomizone Service is currently available in D-Link wireless product models DI-524UP, DIR-300 and DSA-3600. A new range of D-Link wireless products will also support this service in the future.