Newark, Calif., December 15, 2010–The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) today announced that CESI Technology Company, Ltd. (CESI Tech) has been approved to offer compliance testing, including cable adapter verification for the DisplayPort standard.
DisplayPort is an open industry digital display interface standard put forth by VESA. The technology provides high performance digital display connectivity, multi-monitor streaming, Direct Drive capability and full HD 3D support for the home or office through a single connector. DisplayPort also enables consumers to “future-proof” their system, as well as ensure backward compatibility with legacy devices and technologies, such as VGA and DVI.
CESI Tech is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Chinese Electronics Standardization Institute (CESI), that specializes in industry standard development and consumer electronics product testing. CESI was founded in 1963 as a professional institute for standardization work in the fields of electronics and information technology under the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), China. CESI Tech is capable of providing tests not only for DisplayPort, HDMI and USB, but also for Blu-ray, DLNA and Dolby.
“It’s our great pleasure to be approved as a DisplayPort Authorized Test Center,” said Long Yue, director of CESI interface testing lab. “We offer a complete suite of DisplayPort testing that ensures our customers meet the DisplayPort standard. CESI Tech plays a significant role in the promotion of innovative industry standards through our accredited laboratories and test centers. We will continue to promote DisplayPort adoption in the fields of Chinese consumer electronics and IT”.
“The compliance program is the key to the successful launch of DisplayPort products and it assures users that their product meet the demanding requirements set forth in the DisplayPort standard,” said Bill Lempesis, executive director, VESA. “CESI is recognized around the world for its leadership in compliance testing and we are pleased that they are now a part of the DisplayPort program.”