Oct 20, 2008

Mac OSX Drivers Released

Today Mac users can enjoy DisplayLink OSX Version 1.0 released drivers, allowing their Intel-based Macs, like the Macbook Air, to work with USB enabled monitors, docks and adapters. Now adding an additional display (or more) to the system will be faster, easier and more affordable than ever.

Beta drivers have been on the DisplayLink site for months and the released version features the following improvements:
  • Better 2D performance
  • Bug-fixes like support for sleep/resume, better compatibility with “Parallels”, and improved support for Fast User Switching
  • Increased stability

To download the latest driver or get more detail visit http://www.displaylink.com/downloads.html.

Oct 3, 2008

Vote DisplayLink as Most Respected Semiconductor Company

Each year the GSA recognizes leading semiconductor companies at its annual Awards Dinner Celebration being held December 11th. DisplayLink has been nominated this year as the Most Respected Semiconductor Company.

We believe that DisplayLink technology is likely to become a standard in the industry, therefore, making DisplayLink worthy of the title of GSA’s 2008 Most Respected Semiconductor Company.

In the last year, DisplayLink has garnered high-profile customers (EVGA, Samsung, Sony, LG, Infocus, IoGear, Kensington and Toshiba and more) who have developed a vast array of products including, monitors, docking stations, adapters, and projectors. In addition, Intel and DisplayLink announced a partnership to optimize quad monitor computing performance on Intel® 4 Series Express notebooks and desktops. On top of that, DisplayLink has proven its technology is best for productivity as well as the environment, using up to 80% less power than discreet multi-display solutions.

If you agree that DisplayLink's momentum makes us the best pick for Most Respected Semiconductor Company, cast your vote before October 13, by visiting http://www.gsaglobal.org/awardsdinner/2008/vote.asp.