AMD develops a new VESA for 4K Ultra HD TVs and monitors

AMD develops new 4K standard that will automatically stitch 4K displays together for a better multiple monitor experience.

@CharlesJGantt
Published Wed, Sep 25 2013 4:07 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:20 PM CST

AMD GPU14 - Today during the keynote at the GPU14 conference, AMD's Matt Skinner announced that the company has developed a new VESA standard that will automatically stitch 4K monitors together for a more high-end multiple monitor experience.

AMD develops a new VESA for 4K Ultra HD TVs and monitors | TweakTown.com

Skinner said that the new standard was proposed to VESA and was adopted and that it is now supported in AMD Catalyst. Panasonic has already released a display, the Viera, that features the new standard. AMD said that this standard would widely be adopted as the move to 4K progresses.

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