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A Guide To DisplayPort Connectivity Solutions

- DisplayPort is a digital display interface standard developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). It’s specifically designed for the transfer of video, audio, and data between a source and sink. DisplayPort has replaced LVDS on essentially all computers because of its rich feature set and its compatibility with HDMI and HDCP technologies. DisplayPort was included in about 1-in-20 of the commercial desktop and 1-in-50 laptops as of 2009. Today, DisplayPort is found on more t…

USB 3.1 Type C for Mobile Devices

- The USB connector has been around for almost 20 years and it has gone through several versions. Whether you realize it or not, you most likely use USB every day. In addition to the USB ports on laptops for connecting thumb drives, printers, cameras, etc. most of our mobile devices use USB for charging. The USB ports and connectors are defined by the USB specification and in December 2014, the USB-Implementers Forum (USB-IF) released its latest USB specification, USB 3.1, which defined a new conn…

Change is Good! DisplayPort— The Replacement Connector For VGA

- This is the first post in a four-part series called "Emerging Technologies That Will Shape the Next 5 Years." DisplayPort is a digital display interface standard developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) designed to facilitate the transfer of video, audio and data, between a source and sink device. DisplayPort 1.2 is capable of emitting HDMI or DVI-D TMDS signals through the use of a simple passive converter. DisplayPort has been HDCP compliant since the DP1.1 standard.1 T…

The Future of Present Decisions

- In an earlier blog entry I referenced a concept I called Drucker’s Efficiency. In case you were wondering, Peter Ferdinand Drucker was something of a rock star in the world of multinational corporations during the latter half of the 20th Century. His groundbreaking book “Concept of the Corporation” was strong medicine for GM and the other industrial giants of the 1950’s. Drucker’s impact on business is only now being put into real perspective, and that makes his observation that “Long range pl…

5 Technologies That Will Change Everything

- It is impossible for anyone to predict the future. Having said that, we can accept that there is a difference between a forecast and a prediction. Careful analysis of industry direction, product trends and emerging applications will inform any good researcher about the likelihood of one particular outcome or another. Although it’s an imperfect science, it is a scientific exercise and the health of any business depends upon the quality of forecasts. I’ve spent the last 18 months refining the fo…


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