Tuesday, June 11, 2013

VESA announces first DisplayPort authorized test center in Japan

USA: The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA has announced Allion Japan Inc. has been approved to offer compliance testing for the DisplayPort standard.

With this approval, Allion becomes the first DisplayPort authorized test center (ATC) in Japan, and the tenth DisplayPort ATC worldwide, further expanding compliance testing of the standard globally.

VESA’s DisplayPort standard is the new digital video interface being widely adopted by personal computers, mobile devices, and displays. It is a high-bandwidth video interface that enables features not available with other electronic connections, delivering true digital imaging and audio through a single cable. DisplayPort is the only video interface that supports multiple displays and Ultra HD (4K) at 60 frames per second from a single video output.

With the introduction of DisplayPort testing service to its Japan lab's service portfolio, Allion now has four VESA authorized DisplayPort world-wide test centers. Allion opened the first authorized DisplayPort test center in Taiwan in 2008.

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