- Published on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 16:52
Higher transmission speed and better image handling are expected to boost adoption. Units based on the 1.1 specification still dominate output.
China suppliers of DisplayPort connectors and cable assemblies are boosting their selections of 1.2 units in the next two years under efforts to upgrade the line. They anticipate a demand rise owing to the standard’s performance advantages, which include 17.28Gbps transmission speed and higher auxiliary channel bandwidth. Support for multiple independent video streams, stereoscopic 3D and more color spaces are 1.2’s other improvements from the previous version. Models in the 1.1 category, however, stay mainstream, representing more than 70 percent of aggregate yield for the interface.
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