DisplayPort gets major industry support

Posted on Tuesday, May 23 2006 @ 15:26 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
DailyTech writes major manufacturers are joining together to support the DisplayPort digital display interface standard.
While consumers are more than just slightly frustrated about the number of potential standards. Besides, Dell, HP and Lenovo, graphics companies are now vouching support for DisplayPort.

ATI spoke to reporters this week and confirmed that it will be developing GPUs with DisplayPort support. Graphics chips with the new standard will start to be introduced sometime in early 2007 says ATI. Currently, companies that design transmitters, such as Silicon Image are also working on DisplayPort-compliant devices.

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