The Future Belongs to DisplayPort

EETimes Europe: The Video Graphics Interface (VGA) has firmly established itself since IBM launched the first graphics cards in 1987 in order to display graphics on a CRT monitor. Over time, VGA signals were complemented by a confusing variety of interface options such as DVI, LVDS, HDMI and, most recently, DisplayPort. The success of flat panel displays has greatly helped drive this development forward. Modern computer modules such as COM Express and Qseven allow the flexible implementation of customized applications and support a variety of display interfaces for an optimal solution.

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