Some quick notes on how we deploy DisplayLink drivers internally here at DisplayLink. Due to our unique requirements, we don’t deploy our software via GPSI, as our Developers need to use bleeding-edge drivers, rather than the publicly released ones!
Instead we deploy them manually when setting up a PC. DisplayLink IT uses the publicly available Corporare Install … Read more »
About 5 minutes ago, DisplayLink announced the availability of an LGPL Library for Linux. Check out the Press Release for more info. Exciting times ahead! 🙂
Following up from my previous post, DisplayLink have just announced availability of an MSI installer for DisplayLink Software.
Check out the Press Release, or skip straight to the Corporate Install download page if you know why you want it 🙂
The cat’s out of the bag 🙂 If you’re geeky enough to read release notes, you may have spotted this in our 4.6 release notes:
Support for corporate deployment of DisplayLink software
It is now possible to obtain a DisplayLink software installation solution that supports automated and remote installation scenarios. This kind of installation requires specific installation … Read more »
PC Magazine just awarded DisplayLink a Technical Excellence Award for our DL-160 chip 🙂
There are several technologies available today that can send a video signal through a computer’s USB port to a monitor or projector, but DisplayLink is by far the most impressive. The combination of software (to redirect video through … Read more »