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DisplayLink, a leading provider of USB Graphics technology, on Monday said it plans to show the latest solutions for wireless and USB docking at Interop 2013, an upcoming industrial trade-show. DisplayLink’s presentation will feature wireless WiGig docking, enterprise class USB docking, and the latest Mac drivers.

“IT managers are struggling with BYOD. At Interop 2013, DisplayLink will showcase our customer’s products, including monitor-docks for tablets with touch screen and integrated webcams, WiGig docks for wireless graphics and peripheral expansion, and enterprise-class USB docks with multiple display connections for both Windows and Mac. These products solve problems and enhance productivity,” said John Cummins, vice president of sales and marketing for DisplayLink.

Bring your own device (BYOD) trend, an increasingly mobile workforce, and the continued diversification of PC devices are driving the need for universal, plug-and-play, docking solutions for the whole workforce. DisplayLink enabled products provide the flexibility, ease of setup, and increased productivity that IT managers demand. For PC’s, ultrabooks, slates and tablets such as Surface Pro, USB is the universal connector on all computing platforms.

Through USB, and now WiGig, DisplayLink enables expansion for multiple displays, Gigabit Ethernet, audio and connectivity to a plethora of USB peripherals.

 

Tags: DisplayLink, USB, WiGig

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