DisplayLink Aims to Simplify Technology
DisplayLink has announced a driver package enabling IT departments to instantaneously deploy DL software across all of the computers in an organization. By becoming a network administrator via the company website, business owners can use mesh DisplayLink software with the existing foundation on all devices, a process that can be done automatically. The system is also easy to personalize with reliable updates.
Its technology works on all devices and powers USB monitors, universal docks, and USB projectors. One USB cable connected to computer docks portable devices to support multiple display outputs, audio, Ethernet and other USB peripherals. The support extends from legacy devices to the widely popular BYODs, with future-proofing through resolution scalability beginning below 1080p going to 4K.
“When organizations pass a certain size, centralizing deployments and managing software upgrades become critical to its successful day-to-day operations. For growing businesses or large enterprises DisplayLink has guides and tools to allow software to be deployed centrally using standard MSI and SCCM configuration suites with which IT are familiar,” said John Cummins, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at DisplayLink. “The ability for IT administrators to standardize one docking solution across an organization to support any of the various devices used by the workforce, then instantly deploy the latest DisplayLink software company-wide offers powerful cost, time and output advantages.”
DisplayLink is known for creating simple to use software and hardware solutions. These include connectivity between monitors, virtual reality HMD’s and computing devices over standard interfaces like USB, Ethernet, and wireless networks.
Edited by Maurice Nagle