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October 09, 2015 12:43 AM ET

Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment

Company Overview of DisplayLink Corp.

Company Overview

DisplayLink Corp., a hardware and software company, offers a technology to enable virtual graphics connectivity between computers and displays over standard interfaces, such as USB, wireless USB, and Ethernet. Its technology is used in various PC accessories, including USB monitors, universal docking stations, wired and wireless USB graphics adapters, USB projectors, and zero client systems that make expansion of the desktop visual workspace possible. The company also offers embedded solutions; software tools, such as embedded software solutions for customers to develop their own embedded software, and Windows/Mac software, as well as Windows XP Embedded, Open Source, Windows Frame Buffer, a...

480 South California Avenue

Suite 304

Palo Alto, CA 94306

United States

Founded in 2003





Key Executives for DisplayLink Corp.

Chief Financial officer
Vice President of Operations
Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing
HR Director
Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

DisplayLink Corp. Key Developments

DisplayLink Showcases New Lenovo 4K UltraDock Supporting Ultra HD 3840x2160 Resolution at CES 2015

DisplayLink announced that it will showcase Lenovo's new UltraDock USB Docking Station supporting Ultra HD 4K or two simultaneous displays at up to 2048x1152. Lenovo's new UltraDock is enabled by DisplayLink's DL-5900 chipset. The Lenovo 4K UltraDock is being showcased at CES at the DisplayLink booth #36258 in South Hall 4 from January 6th ~ 9th 2015 showing 4K Ultra HD connectivity over a fully universal, standard USB3 connection. DisplayLink and Lenovo have successfully enabled USB docking connectivity for many years and were very happy to provide the heart of Lenovo's next generation UltraDock utilizing DL-5900 series chipset. Offering dual display connectivity the DL-5900 provides for either a single 4K 3840x2160 resolution display or up to dual 2048x1152 resolution displays. Corporate LAN connectivity is fully integrated on chip supporting Gigabit Ethernet along with dual channel audio via a combo jack for convenient connectivity of mic and headphones for conference usage. The new Lenovo UltraDock provides: DisplayPort for 4K Monitor x 1; HDMI Port x 1; Gigabit Ethernet Port for corporate network; Audio Headphone /Mic Combo; 4 x SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports; and 2 x USB 2.0 Ports for Keyboard and Mouse.

DisplayLink Shows 5K Display Connectivity over Single USB Cable

DisplayLink announced the commercially available Dell UltraSharp 5K monitors connected over a single, standard universal USB cable providing 5120x2880 resolution. The company announced the scalability of its solutions with the commercially available monitor again at CES. DisplayLink both solves the 5K connectivity problem and equally enables non-5K PC, notebooks, and tablets to connect to 5K displays over a standard universal Plug-and-Display USB 3.0 cable connection. DisplayLink uses a standard off-the shelf Microsoft Surface Pro III, connected over a standard USB 3.0 cable to a DisplayLink-based docking station, to Dell's new 5K UltraSharp UP2715K, 27 Monitor, enabled by DisplayLink's latest 5K chipset.

DisplayLink Launches DL-5900 USB 3.0 Dual-Head Chipset with Support for 4K Resolution

DisplayLink announced the official launch of its DL-5900 USB 3.0 dual-head chipset with support for 4K resolution, integrated audio, and Gigabit Ethernet. The DL-5900 is the third chip in the DL-5000 family from DisplayLink since CES 2014. The new DL-5900 brings dual-head support to the DL-5000 range, adding support for users to connect dual displays up to 2048x1152 resolution or a single 3840x2160 UHD or 2560x1600 (2K), future proofing IT connectivity and expansion. DisplayLink's sophisticated algorithms preserve a no-compromise user experience by dynamically adjusting compression based on multiple factors including bandwidth, throughput, and link status, making it the ideal solution for universal docking stations. With the universality of USB on all compute devices and platforms, enterprise IT professionals can easily deploy flexible docking strategies. The DisplayLink DL-5900 launch is accompanied by DisplayLink's proven software drivers with updates available from DisplayLink website. The DL-5900 is in production and OEM products will be available soon.

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