HDMI Type-C

Spotlight is on First USB Type-C to HDMI Cable at the HDMI Developers Conference. HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-C Brings Together Key Companies Elka International and Cypress Semi.

The HDMI DevCons in Shenzhen and Taipei took place the week of February 12 and featured the HDMI Premium Cable Certification Program and the latest on HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-C.  Speakers represented Cypress Semiconductor, Granite River Labs, Tektronix, Teledyne Lecroy, Allion Labs, the UltraHD Alliance, and demonstrations included solutions from Panasonic and Elka.

ELKA International also announced that it has brought to market the first HDMI Alt Mode cable. The cable allows smartphones, digital cameras, set-top boxes and other HDMI-enabled sources with USB-C connectors to connect directly to displays with HDMI ports, including HD and 4K televisions. The Taiwanese company employed Cypress Semiconductors’ EZ-PD CCG3 USB-C controller, using its programmability to streamline firmware development and provide upgradeability.

As HDMI Alt Mode products get ready for market launch both Simplay Labs and Sony ATCs have announced they will begin HDMI Alt Mode testing in late March.

In The News:  http://www.electronicsweekly.com/news/products/connectors/cypress-makes-hdmi-usb-c-possible-2017-02/

 

  • Shenzhen Crowd Edit

    Shenzhen Crowd

    Cypress Edit

    Cypress Semiconductor presents

    Type-C Demo Crowd Edit

    HDMI Alt Mode demo attracts a crowd in Shenzhen

    Maggie Jeff Rob Edit

    HDMI LA Team in Shenzhen – Jeff Park, Director of Technology; Maggie Wang, Marketing and Business Development Mgr. Shenzhen, Rob Tobias, President and CEO

CES 2017 Features the First HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-C Solution

Cypress Semiconductor Corp. a leading USB-C™ supplier, announced the world’s first complete solution for USB-C to native HDMI® connections without adapters or converters. Based on Cypress EZ-PD™ USB-C controllers, the solution allows next-generation laptops, smartphones, tablets, digital cameras and other HDMI-enabled sources with USB-C connectors to connect directly to HDMI-enabled displays, including HD and 4K televisions, using only a simple USB-C to HDMI cable. The EZ-PD controllers all now support HDMI Alternate Mode for USB Type-C™, along with USB Type-C standard support for audio, video and data protocols, as well as USB Power Delivery (PD) for fast charging.

Michael Miskho, Marketing Director Sr, Cypress Semiconductor Corp, demonstrates HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-C at the HDMI Licensing Administrator, Inc. booth LVCC South Hall 1 20930

By | January 6th, 2017|HDMI Adopters, HDMI In the News, HDMI Type-C|0 Comments

HDMI Founders Gather to Support the HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-C Announcement

HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-C was announced September 1 with a series of press events around the world in Berlin, Taipei, Beijing and Tokyo. The events brought together top consumer, business and industry media and featured a demonstration of an HDMI-enabled laptop with USB Type-C connected directly to an HDMI display using the new USB Type-C to HDMI cable.

 

The Tokyo event also featured some of the biggest and most influential consumer electronics manufacturers, as it brought together representatives from all of the HDMI Founders to show their support for this launch. They were able to meet the press and lend their expertise in answering questions about HDMI Alt Mode, and their presence highlighted the importance of this new HDMI specification release.

 

In the photograph from left to right:

 

Toshiba— Jun Sato

Technicolor—Nour-Eddine Tazine

Sony Corporation—Kei Matsubayashi

Philips—Chris Buma

Panasonic—Naoshi Usuki

Lattice Semiconductor— Shigeaki Takehara

Hitachi Maxell, Ltd—Hitoaki Owashi

Hitachi Maxell, Ltd—Manabu Katsuki

By | September 22nd, 2016|HDMI In the News, HDMI Type-C|0 Comments