Leading Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Enabling DisplayPort as the Exclusive Video Output——-
The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) today announced that a new wave of consumer electronics devices featuring DisplayPort® as the only display interface is sweeping the industry. Driven by demand for higher display performance, some of today’s hottest brands are leveraging DisplayPort to both increase display capability and to reduce the number of system ports needed. Apple was early adopter with DisplayPort and then Thunderbolt, which is DisplayPort-compatible, and now other leading companies including Microsoft®, Google®, Dell™ and Lenovo® are among other VESA members that offer DisplayPort-only products. These new …Read More
MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS, Barcelona, Spain, February 25, 2013 – MIPI Alliance and the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) today announced a collaborative liaison to specify data compression schemes for mobile display applications. Specifically, the groups will evaluate cost-effective compression proposals and techniques that deliver visually lossless compression while substantially reducing display interface bandwidth. Such compression schemes will continue to lower system power and cost when implementing high-resolution mobile panels. Visit MIPI Alliance at Mobile World Congress in Hall 8.1 Stand E46.
As mobile device OEMs offer larger, higher-resolution displays, the burden on the data compression interface is greater. Both MIPI …Read More
Standard Enables Creation of New DisplayPort-to-HDMI Adaptors to Support Latest Generation of HDMI 1.4 Displays
Newark, Calif., January 31, 2013 – The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) today announced the latest release of the DisplayPort Dual-Mode Standard. This release supports the next generation of Dual-Mode DisplayPort enabled personal computers and Dual-Mode DisplayPort cable adaptors, expected to be available to consumers later this year. Among several refinements to improve interoperability, the updated standard enables a higher data rate for DisplayPort-to-HDMI cable adaptors, providing support for HDMI 1.4 display resolutions such as 1080p 3D at 60Hz, and Ultra HD (4K x 2K) …Read More
The Video Electronics Standards Association Establishes Widespread
Adoption of the DisplayPort Standard
INTERNATIONAL CES 2013, LAS VEGAS, January 8, 2013 – The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) today announced the rapid growth of certified DisplayPort™ products during 2012. Over the last twelve months, the number of certified DisplayPort products increased by 80 percent, further establishing the DisplayPort ecosystem as planned by the personal computer industry to increase display and system performance.
During 2012, DisplayPort certifications have increased across all device categories and have expanded into new categories. Certification in computer monitors has grown 95 percent, projectors 100 percent, and …Read More
First-ever joint working group moves toward wireless WiGig DisplayPort certification –
SANTA CLARA, Calif.–The high-speed, wire-free dream is moving closer to reality today, with the announcement of a major new industry partnership between the Wireless Gigabit (WiGig) Alliance and the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). WiGig and VESA have established a highly effective, joint working group to advance the WiGig DisplayPort video standard certification. This new joint working group will address interoperability between the DisplayPort standard and WiGig’s own Display Extension Protocol Adaption Layer (PAL). When the group’s work is complete, DisplayPort certified WiGig devices will be able to seamlessly …Read More
Recently Released Mobility DisplayPort (MyDP) Standard Appearing In New Mobile Products
NEWARK, Calif., November 9, 2012 – The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) today announced the adoption of its Mobility DisplayPort™ (MyDP) Standard into newly released products. Released earlier this year, MyDP is an extension of the DisplayPort display interface standard enabling mobile devices to share high-definition video, audio, and 3D content with the broad universe of larger external displays through widely adopted connectors.
This past week, VESA member company Google announced the Nexus 4 smartphone will feature MyDP compatibility, allowing consumers to experience mobile content in …Read More
Updated eDP Standard to Further Reduce System Power,
Improve Display Capabilities in Next-Generation Mobile Devices
Newark, Calif., September 10, 2012 – The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) today announced the upcoming release of Embedded DisplayPort™ (eDP) Version 1.4. This version of VESA’s embedded display interface includes new features that will further reduce system power consumption, support multi-touch data over the display interface, and support a wider range of platform topologies including tablets, handheld devices, and notebook PCs. These new features will position eDP as the universal embedded display interface for mobile devices and will lead to increased battery …Read More
New Self-Test Option Simplifies Certification Process for VESA Members
NEWARK, Calif., July 31, 2012 – The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) today announced that it has released new compliance test specifications (CTS) for DisplayPort cable adaptors. The new CTS documents allow VESA members to have DisplayPort™ cable adaptors compliance tested through VESA’s Authorized Test Centers (ATCs) worldwide, or by completing the new self-testing and reporting option.
“The DisplayPort logo signifies that a product is based on next-generation display technology,” said Bill Lempesis, executive director at VESA. “By simplifying the certification process for our member companies, we’ve given them easier access …Read More
New Mobility DisplayPort (MyDP) Standard Delivers Industry’s Highest Mobile-to-Display Resolution through Existing Data Connectors
NEWARK, Calif., June 27, 2012 – The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) today announced the release of the Mobility DisplayPort™ (MyDP) Standard. MyDP is an extension of the DisplayPort connectivity standard that enables mobile devices to share high-definition video, audio, and 3D content with the broad universe of larger external displays through common, widely adopted connectors. Offering the industry’s highest mobile-to-display image resolution, MyDP allows consumers to experience their mobile content in full, uncompressed 1080p (HDTV).
“Today’s mobile devices with powerful processors and …Read More
The Video Electronics Standards Association will also Showcase Advanced DisplayPort Features that Deliver an Unmatched PC Experience
NEWARK, Calif., January 5, 2012 – The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) will preview the proposed Mobility DisplayPort (MYDP) standard at next week’s International CES 2012, in Las Vegas. MYDP is designed to enable content streaming from mobile devices to large displays, allowing consumers to carry their content anywhere and view it on screens of any size. VESA will also showcase new and prototype products that include the advanced features of DisplayPort® Version 1.2, including High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2), multi-stream (MST), panel …Read More