The Launch of the First 80 Gbps Transmission Bandwidth Cable.
First 80 Gbps Transmission Bandwidth Cable Launched now. Tech companies are focusing on accelerating information transfer speeds as well as improving the productivity of various digital devices. The current 5G and WiFi 6E technologies offer exceptional transfer speeds when discussing wireless technologies. How about wired technology, though? Today, BizLink announced the world’s first VESA-certified BizLink DP80 upgraded full-size DP cable with 80Gbps transmission bandwidth, according to TechPowerUp.
According to the official website, BizLink’s DP80 cable is approved for use with the most recent DP technology and has a maximum data capacity of 80 Gbps. It also works with the updated data speeds per channel of the UHBR10 (10 Gbps), UHBR13.5 (13.5 Gbps), and UHBR20 specifications (20 Gbps).
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VESA previously said that cables for the DP40 and DP80 standards that support full-size DisplayPort and Mini DisplayPort are already in production. Additionally, certification testing for the initial monitors and other devices was successful.
First 80 Gbps Transmission Bandwidth Cable Launched now. The UHBR10 standard (10Gbps) will be supported by the DP40 cable’s four lanes for a combined 40Gbps; the UHBR20 standard (20Gbps) will be support by the DP80 cable’s four lanes for a combine 80Gbps.
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The DP 2.0 interface will be support by the newest generation of graphics cards. Although the entry-level Lanji Ruixuan A380 graphics card from Intel comes with a DP 2.0 interface, its bandwidth is just 40 Gbps. No display manufacturer has yet declared the release of products utilizing the DP2.0 interface.
As you can see, this cable will enable the monitors to receive more information per second, thus improving viewing quality. Both higher-resolution video content and gaming require it.
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