Silicon Line Showcases Latest Optical Link Technology for HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort, USB and Virtual Reality at Computex 2019
TAIPEI, Taiwan, May 15, 2019 – Silicon Line GmbH (www.silicon-line.com), the global leader in developing and providing innovative optical link technology, will be showcasing and demonstrating its newest technology supporting HDMI, DisplayPort, USB, and VirtualLink standards at Computex.
At its booth (Hall 1 #L0901a,Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, May 28-June 1), Silicon Line will feature the first demonstration in Asia of active optical cables with embedded technology supporting all features of the recently released HDMI 2.1 specification—which will become the common standard for connectivity with TVs, set top boxes, video game consoles, media players, and other consumer electronics.
Silicon Line will also use 4K displays and other devices to demonstrate active optical cables from its clients that support HDMI 2.0, USB 3.1, DisplayPort and VirtualLink specifications. In addition, company executives will be on hand to discuss the latest company announcements and developments.
“The transition from copper cabling, which presents many limitations for today’s very high bandwidth applications, to ultra-thin, long and flexible optical cables is well underway, and Silicon Line is leading the industry with the most innovative, lowest-cost technologies,” said Ruud van der Linden, CEO, Silicon Line. “We are looking forward to a strong showing at Computex with our active optical link solutions that are propelling the adoption of these next generation cables.”
About Silicon Line
Silicon Line GmbH is the global leader in ultra-low-power optical link technology enabling thin, lightweight and long high-speed cables for consumer electronics, commercial and industrial applications. The company develops and manufactures the tiny, proprietary integrated circuits and “optical engines” needed to convert electrical signals to optical signals and back again. It also produces cable modules – the electronics inside cable-end connectors – where optical fiber is joined to the optical engines. Together, they allow for the simple, low-cost, high volume assembly of active optical cables for HDMI, DisplayPort, USB3 and VR enabled devices.
Founded in 2005, Silicon Line is based in Munich, Germany with offices in Belgium, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China and the United States. The company is a member of the HDMI Forum, Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA), USB Implementers Forum and MIPI Alliance.