Notebooks, tablets, and peripherals such as hard disk drives, cameras, and more recently displays have derived power over USB 2.0 and 3.0 interfaces enabling simple connections for power and data eliminating the need for large cumbersome travel adapters. Mobile phones are now almost exclusively USB for charging and data transfer. These products are limited to relatively low power levels. Now, the industry standard USB Power Delivery specification takes USB power to the next level, speeding the charging time of mobile devices and enabling the market to develop new products. ROHM has developed chipsets to enable power over USB (USB Power Delivery) for notebooks, tablets, phones, monitors and peripherals such as docking stations delivering up to 100 Watts, 10 times the power of existing power solutions, while enabling USB3 SuperSpeed data over the same cable.
"DisplayLink has long been a supporter of USB Power Delivery" said
"DisplayLink's Graphics and USB docking solutions made them an obvious partner to demonstrate with at CES," said
The new ROHM BD-92101 USB-PD Controller chipset from ROHM is the first integrated solution to implement the USB Power Delivery specification. With up to 10 times the power of legacy solutions, it will deliver faster charging of mobile devices such as notebooks, tablets and phones while extending the breadth of peripherals that can be used over USB with a single cable. Products utilizing the ROHM USB power delivery chipset will be available to users beginning in the second half of 2014.
For more information visit DisplayLink at CES 2014 or visit the DisplayLink website.
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