CES 2012: VESA to preview new mobility DisplayPort

The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) will
preview the proposed Mobility DisplayPort (MYDP) standard at International CES

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 self-refresh, and support for 4k x 2k

Consumer connectivity and demand for content across new
devices continues to increase. VESA understands that with this increased demand
comes an expectation for superior, High Definition graphic performance,” said
Bill Lempesis, executive director at VESA.

We are making high-quality content on any device
possible with the development of MYDP. And today we are offering exciting new
DisplayPort v1.2 features on devices that are shipping,” Lempesis added.

VESA claims that DisplayPort is the only interface to
enable multi-display setups through a single connector and support for 4k x 2k
resolution at a full 60Hz frame rate with 24 bits-per-pixel color.

DisplayPort is designed to deliver the highest display
performance through support for industry-leading color depth and refresh rates;
a maximum data transfer rate of 21.6Gbps; Full HD 3D capability; and support
for HD audio formats.

Adoption of the advanced features offered by the
DisplayPort v1.2 Standard will grow by more than 100 percent annually through
2014, with more than 400 million units expected to be shipped in 2015,
according to NPD In-Stat.

DisplayPort interfaces that include new DisplayPort v1.2
advanced features are being integrated into many of the industry’s leading PCs,
laptops, graphics cards and displays in 2012. This will enable consumers to
experience their PCs in new ways, including the use of multiple displays
through a single connector, use of higher resolutions and color depths, and 3D.

By Telecomlead.com Team
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