A update to the DisplayPort standard was announced today. DisplayPort 1.3 will allow bandwidth up to 32.4 Gbits/second and connections to much higher resolution displays and multi-monitor setups.
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A new study predicts that in the next five years, PC makers will do away with VGA and DVI video ports for desktops and laptops in favor of the more modern DisplayPort and HDMI ports.
Display technologies consisting of DisplayPort, HDMI and UDI have all been ferociously vying for industry support over the past two years but DisplayPort crossed a major milestone in April when it received approval by VESA...
The industry's video display standards group, VESA, recently approved DisplayPort 1.1 as an industry standard. Now, a company called Luxtera has received the go-ahead from VESA to develop DisplayPort technologies using CMOS photonics. Luxtera is...