Aug 22, 2011

DisplayLink Ships 4 Millionth Chip and Announces Downloads of 3 Hundred Thousandth App from the Apple Appstore for its iPad Extended Display Solution for PC’s

DisplayLink® today celebrated the milestone of shipping its 4 millionth chip, just 10 months after announcing it had crossed the threshold of delivering 3 million USB virtual graphics chips.

DisplayLink also announced more than 3 hundred thousand downloads of its Apple iPad® app. The app turns the iPad into an extended monitor for a Windows PC, linking without cables to a standard WiFi router.

“Surpassing the 4 million mark in ICs shipped demonstrates the mainstream reach of our technology with customers and end users who want to leverage multiple displays with ease and affordability,” said Dennis Crespo, DisplayLink’s executive vice president of marketing and business development.

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Aug 3, 2011

DisplayLink USB Virtual Graphics Enable Ease of Use, Daisy Chained Connections for New LG U-Series Zero Client Monitors Targeting Low-Cost Networks


The DisplayLink enabled new U-Series Network Monitor from LG offers ease of use through USB connectivity and further expands connectivity enabling users to daisy-chain up to three monitors together when running Windows MultiPoint Server operating system on a host, with each monitor acting as an independent workstation. Depending on the capacity of the host PC, up to 15 U-Series Zero Client Network Monitors can be networked on a single host PC. And it spreads across a physical radius of 15 meters from the host with multiple daisy chains.

“LG has capitalized on DisplayLink technology to offer a complete zero-client solution without the traditional zero-client device,” said Si-hwan Park, vice president of the Monitor Division, LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company. "By connecting the LG U Series Network Monitor system to a single host PC, the host's processing power is virtualized on each monitor, creating an efficient networking solution with less hardware and lower maintenance costs."

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