Nov 30, 2010

DisplayLink Ranks Fourth in 2010 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA Ranking

Well, the results are in, and it's official! DisplayLink has ranked fourth in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA Programme for 2010. The programme recognizes the 500 fastest growing technology companies across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Now in its tenth year, the Technology Fast 500 recognizes all areas of technology and includes both public and private companies.

The rankings are based on the percentage of revenue growth a company has over a five-year period, and during the most recent period, DisplayLink saw an astounding better than 9000% growth.

In addition to the Deloitte recognition, DisplayLink Interactive Networked Graphics technology for SuperSpeed USB was recently chosen as a CES 2011 Best of Innovation Award Honoree in the Enabling Technologies category.

For more information about the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA Programme, click here.

Nov 18, 2010

New LCDs Unveiled at FPD Expo

DisplayLink’s unique video over USB technology is quickly moving toward becoming ubiquitous as it is built into an increasing number of innovative display and dock products.

The newest entries to the DisplayLink-based family of products comes from display manufacturer, Chimei Innolux, who recently unveiled its latest line of monitors at the FPD International 2010 Expo in Japan. The new line features 23.6" and 18.5” LCD panels using the new USB 3.0 interface, and a 15.6" screen using USB 2.0. The displays are powered by DisplayLink DL-165 and DL-125 chips, which gives users an easy upgrade to dual monitor configurations via a single USB connection.

Check out the full range of display offerings from Chimei Innolux here.

Nov 5, 2010

Wireless PC to HDTV Available Now

Here is another new way that DisplayLink technology is helping to facilitate the PC-to home theater movement—Atlona recently announced the AT-HDAiR PC to Computer Monitor/HDTV Wireless Adapter, which allows users to display information from PC desktops and laptops on their HDTVs without the need for an HDMI or audio/DV cable.

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Nov 2, 2010

Ditch the Desktop for a Notebook

Dave Leon, PR industry veteran and manager of the Showstoppers press events, recently shared with us his success story when using the DisplayLink USB graphics adapter he received at a CES trade show.

"For years, I had a desktop machine that consumed a lot of power - running 4 drives and its associated fans. I found it noisy as well. The power supply blew out one day - complete with a puff of smoke, and so I decided to use a laptop to replace the desktop machine.

I use dual displays to run the business and as the laptops only have one VGA port, I incorporated the DisplayLink device to drive the second monitor.

After initially setting the screen resolution, I don't have to adjust or play with it. The DisplayLink device simply works and that allows me to be more efficient in the office."