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DisplayLink

A peripheral connection technology via USB from DisplayLink (www.displaylink.com). Monitors with built-in DisplayLink chips allow Windows computers to use up to six monitors via USB. For laptops and Windows tablets with USB ports, DisplayLink docking stations provide connections to an external monitor, audio and Ethernet. The company was originally Newnham Research, founded in 2003, and renamed DisplayLink in 2006.
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Sharp's Aquos Board line of interactive displays, available in sizes ranging from 60 inches to 80 inches diagonally, includes software called Touch Display Link that can communicate with iOS, Android or Windows 8 devices running the accompanying TD Link app.
The board will be supplied with the latest Touch Display Link 2.
Tools can be tuned to display link frequencies that exceed a programmed threshold.
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displaying link properties (display anchor properties, display link properties), and browsing links (show anchor extent, follow, push, pull) are consistent across all Intermedia applications.
Display Link, the leading provider of technology for virtual graphics and USB-connected computing and Wisair, the leading vendor of UWB and Wireless USB single chip based solutions, announced that the soon to be available wireless NETGEAR UniversalPush2TV[R] HD Adapter (model PTUV1000) leverages technology from both companies.
The set of boards, powered by Inova Semiconductors' GigaSTaR([R]) Digital Display Link chip set, is adaptable to all video and display interface standards i.
QuickLogic enabled us to connect our GigaSTaR Digital Display Link (DDL) product to the Digital Video Interface (DVI) commonly used in High Definition (HD) plasma monitors and displays," says Axel Krepil, Sales and Marketing Director at Inova Semiconductors.
LED indicator lights display link, power and Ethernet status.
Initial success of the Display Link integrated workstation has resulted in increased orders from hospital customers.
Image Systems Corporation, (NASDAQ: IMSG), Minnetonka, MN, announced they have shipped the first Display Link Workstations this week.
For designers who need to test SAN-related multiplexers or demultiplexers, including Gigabit Ethernet, flat panel display link, Fibre Channel, and Infiniband, the combination of the 81250 ParBERT, 86130A BitAlyzer and the 86100A Infiniium DCA helps solve physical high-speed design problems.