Silicon line GmbH, a global leader in developing and providing innovative optical link technologies, will demonstrate its latest technologies supporting HDMI, DisplayPort, USB and virtuallink standards on Computex yesterday.
At its booth (from May 28 to June 1, l0901a, hall 1, Nangang Exhibition Center, Taipei), silicon line will display for the first time in Asia an active optical fiber transmission line with embedded technology supporting all the functions of the recently released HDMI 2.1 specification. The specification will become a common standard for the connection of TVs, set-top boxes, video game machines, media players and other consumer electronic products.
Silicon line will also use 4K displays and other devices to demonstrate its customers’ active fiber optic transmission lines that support HDMI 2.0, USB 3.1, DisplayPort and virtuallink specifications. In addition, senior executives of the company will attend the meeting to discuss the latest information and development of the company.
Ruud van der Linden, chief executive officer of silicon line, said: “the transition from copper cable to slim, long-distance and flexible optical cable is now ideally underway. Copper cable has many limitations for today’s very high bandwidth applications, while silicon line is leading the industry with the most innovative and low-cost technology. We look forward to presenting our active optical link solutions at Computex to drive the adoption of these new generation cables. “