DisplayLink Announces Advanced Dual 4kp60 USB-C Docking Chipset With USB Standard-A Backwards Compatibility at CES 2016
LAS VEGAS, Nevada. — January 6th, 2016 — DisplayLink, the leading provider of USB graphics technology today announced its latest USB docking chipset enabling forwards and backwards compatibillty for any and all USB connections, both USB-C and USB Standard A. The DL-6950 provides capability for dual Ultra HD 4Kp60 monitors via both DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 connections, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio and includes HDCP 2.2 support. The chipset is on display at the DisplayLink booth #36805 in South Hall 4 upper floor and the HDMI Forum booth #21012 in South Hall 4, lower floor.
“DisplayLink’s user community asked for high performance, support for legacy and future USB, and universality for any host platform. The DL-6950 delivers on all the above. With the transition to new USB-C hosts, power and charging via USB Power Delivery, and the ever increasing demand to support larger, higher resolution displays, such as UHD monitors and beyond, the DL-6950 offers the very latest in performance, connectivity, and simplicity.” Said John Cummins, Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing. “We’re proud to show the DL-6950 chipset live at CES 2016 and excited to enable the next wave of IT solutions to businesses and enterprises globally.”
The advanced DL-6950 ensures high performance future-proof support for dual 4K p60, 5K and 6K, integrated DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2, Gigabit Ethernet, and Audio. The DL-6950 is also uniquely backwards compatible with the vast installed base of USB Standard-A hosts for seamless deployment in commercial and enterprise environments with a mix of Standard-A and new USB-C hosts. The DL-6950 is also fully compatible with all exisiting DisplayLink solutions for unrivalled expansion and flexibility.
- Dual 4Kp60
- 5K and 6K Support
- HDMI 2.0
- Integrated DisplayPort and HDMI
- HDCP 2.2
- Gigabit Ethernet
DisplayLink is showcasing the new DL-6950 at CES 2016 driving dual 4Kp60 monitors over USB, 4Kp60 monitor over WiGig, and 4Kp60 over HDMI 2.0 along with numerous other new solutions.
For more information regarding DisplayLink, please visit the DisplayLink website or drop by the DisplayLink booth for a personal demo at CES 2016 in South Hall 4, upper floor, booth #36805 .