Video Electronics Standards Association


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Video Electronics Standards Association

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(VESA) An industry standards organisation created in 1989 or 1990 mostly(?) concerned with IBM compatible personal computers. The first standard it created was the 800 x 600 pixel Super VGA (SVGA) display and its software interface. It also defined the VESA Local Bus (VLB).

See also PCI.

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VESA

(VESA, San Jose, CA, www.vesa.org) Founded as the Video Electronics Standards Association in 1989, VESA is a membership organization that sets interface standards for PCs, workstations and computing environments. VESA was originally started by NEC Home Electronics in 1988 to develop a Super VGA graphics standard to enhance IBM's VGA (see SVGA).
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The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) is an international, non-profit standards association representing a global network of more than 230 hardware, software, computer, display and component manufacturers committed to developing and promoting the electronics industry.
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