Endurance enables DisplayLink in Open Source
DisplayLink's solutions allow users to easily add monitors to almost any PC without the need for expensive and power hungry graphics hardware. Endurance Technology has worked closely with DisplayLink to bring this technology into the embedded product market. Endurance offers a wide range of professional services to help customers make the most of DisplayLink's technology.
On behalf of DisplayLink, Endurance Technology authored an Open Source Software library called libdlo . This serves as a well-documented example implementation of the DisplayLink protocol and has been used as a reference for the development of a number of related projects for Linux and other operating systems.
Endurance provides services within the Open Source community to various organisations and has helped them to realise their specific project requirements. There is a wide range of applications for the DisplayLink technology and many commercial examples to be found at the DisplayLink shop . Specific examples of product categories include:
- USB graphics adapters
- Universal docking stations
- USB monitors, mini monitors and projectors
- Port and enhance DisplayLink Embedded Partner Platform
- Interface DisplayLink silicon with 8051-based system
- Design and develop Open Source driver library
- Develop product based upon Open Source components
DisplayLink Corp. ( www.displaylink.com ) is a silicon chip and software company that enables easy connectivity between computers and displays over standard interfaces like USB, Wireless USB, and Ethernet.
Its innovations make it easy to incrementally expand the desktop visual workspace at significantly lower cost and power than traditional solutions. DisplayLink technology can transmit graphically rich content between a single device and multiple displays over relatively low-speed busses and networks. Leading global manufacturers have integrated DisplayLink USB graphics - into a 2008 PC Magazine Technical Excellence Award winner - into an array of PC accessories including monitors, docking stations, display adapters and projectors.