VESA Requires HCDP Testing For DP Logo Certification

18-04-18, Juha Eskola

VESA Requires HCDP Testing For DP Logo Certification

VESA has been working with ATCs, product vendors and DCP to resolve DisplayPort interoperability issues when HDCP is enabled.

To resolve existing product implementation issues and improve end user DisplayPort interoperability experience VESA now requires HDCP testing as part of the DP testing requirement for certification. If a DP Source or Sink supports HDCP (as reported in the product CDF) it shall be tested as part of the certification requirements for obtaining the DP Logo.

source: VESA

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