Monday, December 08, 2008

Gennum develops in-wire technology for 100-foot DisplayPort cables

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2008/12/08/gennum-develops-in-wire-technology-for-100-foot-displayport-cabl/


Now that DisplayPort is becoming more of a household name (like it or not), we're thrilled to see someone making sure we can run an external monitor from more than a stone's throw away. Gennum has stepped in with its ActiveConnect DisplayPort solution, which embeds a small semiconductor within a DisplayPort cable to actively push signals up to 30-meters (around 100-feet) without the need for a costly, cumbersome extender box. There's no word yet on which interconnect companies have signed on to produce these sophisticated strands, but we'd expect to hear more by the time CES 2009 gets underway. Full release is after the break.

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