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HDMI Specification 2.1 Launches!

On November 28, 2017 the HDMI Forum announced the release of Version 2.1 of the HDMI Specification and it’s just what the consumer electronics industry and tech enthusiasts have been waiting to hear. First announced earlier in the year, the news of the spec release has garnered attention around the world. With support for resolutions and refresh rates such as 4K120 and 8K60 including resolutions up to 10K, along with a series of features to enhance smoother and faster viewing and interactive gaming experiences, the future of entertainment is going to be super-immersive and stunningly beautiful.

And the big reveal – what is the name of the new 48G cable announced earlier? You can call that the Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable!

For a complete rundown of the specification features visit the overview page on our website: https://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/hdmi_2_1/index.aspx 

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CEDIA 2017 Featured HDMI Training Classes and Panel

CEDIA 2017 featured HDMI products everywhere throughout the San Diego Convention Center. The commercial AV and custom integrator markets are the most in-the-know when it comes to HDMI technology. That’s because for many companies designing and installing HDMI-dependent systems is a critical part of the businesses. HDMI Licensing Administrator Inc. (HDMI LA) teamed up with CEDIA and provided the latest information through HDMI Master Integrator classes. CEDIA also hosted another opportunity for attendees with an HDMI Video Connectivity Hot Seat open panel featuring several HDMI technology authorities.

Also featured throughout the show were several displays showcasing cables from the Premium HDMI Cable Certification Program. Premium HDMI Cables are relied upon for higher performance and value, and are the only cables to be tested and certified by HDMI Authorized Test Centers to ensure they support high-bandwidth enabled features. Every length of every model line is tested and certified and only Premium HDMI Cables are allowed to display and promote the official Premium HDMI Cable Authentication Label.

In the photo above: Jeff Park, HDMI LA Director of Technology, and David Meyer, CEDIA Director of Technical Curriculum