For seven straight years1, TP-Link has been the world’s number one provider of Wi-Fi products. Our mission has been the same since our founding nearly a quarter-century ago—connect everyone, everywhere with the very best Wi-Fi and networking technology. We’re well on our way!


How did we become the leader in networking? We use our engineering and manufacturing capabilities to build innovative, top-quality products at affordable prices.



TP-Link’s dedication to innovation is demonstrated by our significant investment in research and development. Our company is anchored by a research team of nearly 900 engineers working in laboratories around the world.

Our engineering know-how extends beyond research. Our products undergo thousands of test scenarios devised by our engineers. This rigorous testing ensures each one meets our high standards of quality.



From building individual components to putting them all together, TP-Link is the only networking company that controls every part of our manufacturing process. This makes us fast, flexible and able to scale like no one else in our industry.

Our combined factory space totals more than two million square feet, the size of 36 football fields. In 2017, we leveraged our manufacturing might to build and ship more than 80 million networking products1 worldwide!



In addition to our numerous editorial awards, our reputation for building high-quality products was recognized in the U.S. by J.D. Power, which ranked TP-Link “Highest in Customer Satisfaction for Wireless Routers” in 20172.

Our commitment to building the best products has also earned TP-Link more than 400 awards for outstanding design across our networking and smart home lines, including prestigious Red Dot, iF and Good Design honors.


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  1. 1) Source: WW WLAN Tracker Q3 2017 Release
  2. 2) TP-Link received the highest numerical score among 6 companies in the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Wireless Router Satisfaction Report, based on 980 total responses, measuring the opinions of customers who purchased a wireless router in the previous 12 months, surveyed October 2017. Your experiences may vary. Visit
  3. 3) As awarded by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.

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