The end-to-end networking solutions provider for consumers and business, D-Link has launched the D-Link Wireless G Access Point (DAP-1160), a flexible solution to set up wireless network or extends the range of an existing wireless network. The D-Link’s DAP-1160 incorporates Linux, an Open source based software, dedicated for developers. DAP 1160 allows you to share your broadband Internet connectivity across multiple computers with the new D-Link Wireless Access Point. The DAP-1160 allows you to operate on various numbers of different devices, which are given below: 1) An Access Point to act as central hub for wireless users 2) An AP Client to connect with another Access Point 3) A workgroup Bridge to join two wireless workgroups together 4) A Repeater to extend the wireless coverage to cover all dead spots. The DAP-1160 enables users to quickly create a wireless network and it in-built DHCP client automatically detects IP address from clients on the network. The DAP-1160 can transfer files with a maximum wireless signal rate of up to 54Mbps and it has also Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11g, so that it can connect and incorporate with other 802.11g compatible wireless client devices. The DAP-1160 has 64/128-bit WEP encryption and WPA/WPA2 security protect networks and wireless data against unauthorised access. The Access Point also provides MAC address filtering and the Disable SSID Broadcast function to limit outsider’s access to home and office networks Andrew Mulholland, D-Link Marketing Manager, UK and Ireland, said, D-Link products are well known for being easy to set up and to use, and the DAP-1160 is no exception. “In addition to being easy to use, it is also highly scalable and demonstrates D-Link’s understanding of customers’ ever-changing network requirements.