DisplayPort™ Certified Systems up 63 Percent in 2013

4K Ultra-HD Televisions and Displays Now DisplayPort Certified NEWARK, CA (10 December 2013) – The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) announced today that it certified 300 new DisplayPort products in 2013, a 63% increase in the number of certified products. Products that passed VESA’s rigorous compliance test, which qualifies products to feature the distinctive orange-and-black DisplayPort logo, include desktop and notebook computers, displays, graphic cards... More

VESA Begins Development of micro-DisplayPort Connector Standard

Video Electronics Standards Association To Define Next-Generation Video Connector for Smartphones, Tablets, Ultra-thin Notebooks and Mobile Systems -- NEWARK, CA (23 October 2013) – Responding to the growth of portable and ultra-thin computing devices, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA®) today announced that it is defining a micro-DisplayPort connector standard. Designed to be physically smaller than VESA’s existing DisplayPort and mini-DisplayPort conn... More

New Wave of Consumer Electronics Offer Improved Display Performance and Functionality Through DisplayPort

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 syste... More

MIPI® Alliance and VESA® Announce Liaison to Collaborate on Data Compression Schemes for Mobile Display Applications

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 s... More

VESA Introduces Updated Dual-Mode Standard for Higher Resolution Interoperability with HDMI Displays

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 sever... More

VESA Showcases DisplayPort Enabled Product Momentum at International CES

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 in... More

Wire-Free Dream Closer with Renewed WiGig VESA Collaboration

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 n... More

VESA Experiences Acceleration of MyDP Standard Adoption in Mobile Devices

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... More

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