Sunday, June 3rd 2012

DisplayLink Supports 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors

DisplayLink, the leading provider of technology for virtual graphics and USB-connected computing, today announced its support for 3rd generation Intel Core processors and supporting mobile Intel QM77 and Intel QS77 express chipsets with SuperSpeed USB 3.0.

DisplayLink's DL-3000 chip platform with USB 3.0 is shipping today in adapters, monitors and docking stations from leading vendors. The broad availability of onboard USB 3.0 in systems using 3rd generation Intel Core processors means that a huge new segment of the market now has access to easy-to-use docking, and multi-display possibilities. With DisplayLink technology, Ultrabook devices can now enjoy full docking station functionality, portable USB 3.0 monitors can be quickly connected without the need for a separate power cable, and up to six displays can be driven by a single computer over just one "Plug and Display" USB cable.


"USB 3.0 will soon be universally available on nearly all new PCs, which means that products incorporating DisplayLink's DL-3000 chip platform have a huge new base of potential users," said John Cummins, VP of sales and marketing for DisplayLink. "It's never been easier for IT departments, small businesses and mobile professionals to have it all - docking stations, multiple displays, lightning-fast connectivity, HD quality, and travel-ready convenience - at minimal expense with no configuration headaches."

In addition to traditional business and consumer productivity applications, DisplayLink technology opens the market for embedded business solutions that require the ability to easily connect, share and manage digital content between many screens. Those include retail in store, on-the-shelf and window displays, digital security surveillance, electronic gaming machines and more.
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jmcslob
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