May 19, 2009

Linux Project libdlo launched

DisplayLink has kicked off the official LGPL Library project, libdlo. The library is an open-source implementation of the DisplayLink USB graphics software, and is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (GLPL) v2.1.

The library will discover and connect to DisplayLink USB graphics chips and enables developers to support DisplayLink devices on Linux and other platforms.

For a list of products that use DisplayLink technology, please visit

Download libdlo

Most recent released version: libdlo-0.1.0.tar.gz
Working version (git):

To get a high level view of what libdlo provides, please see the PDF guide

DisplayLink Launches New HD DL-1x5 Chip

DisplayLink is proud to announce its next generation DL-1x5 chip. Thanks to the new high performance dual core decode engine and DL2 compression techniques, the product supports resolutions up to 2048x1152 all through your standard USB 2.0 cable.

For additional info take a look at our products page.

May 12, 2009

One Million and Counting.....

Today we are proud to celebrate sales of one million. DisplayLink USB graphics chips. A milestone for the company, we are excited about the million of things you can do with multiple displays.

Here's a list, just for starters:

• Multimedia applications
• Productivity applications
• Twitter, IM, RSS feeds
• Web browsers
• Email clients