D-Link Licenses Paragon Universal File System Driver TechnologyEnsuring connectivity regardless of OSs
This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2013.05.27
OEMs embed the company's
exFAT/NTFS/HFS+ driver technology into their network appliances and
smart devices to ensure connectivity regardless of the OSs involved.
The drivers support the last SDXC cards, which are used for expanding
storage on a variety of devices in the marketplace including cameras,
smartphones, smart TVs, tablets, and routers.
"Paragon's Universal File
System Driver software is the market leader in interoperability, with
compelling performance and unique data protection that will deliver
increased performance to our customers," said Bradley Joe,
VP business operations and alliances, D-Link.
The file access technology enables
storage devices, network appliances, smartphones, tablets, set top
boxes, multimedia players, routers, NAS and other hardware to
communicate with storage media regardless of the chip set platform or
OS. Consumers can stream multimedia content to network and
entertainment devices or external storage for later playback on a
device of their choosing.
"Truly a world class brand, we
are very happy to have D-Link join our growing list of partners in
the networking and mobility markets," said Tom Fedro,
president of Paragon. "As one of the pioneers
in the embedded Linux and Android space, Paragon has been at the
forefront of innovation for platform independence and file access
drivers. Working closely with D-Link product management, we are
delivering the next generation of products that will set the bar for
performance, reliability, and device interoperability."
Paragon is a member of the SD