Sunday, January 4, 2015

The Development of DVI

As science and technology is developing at a surprisingly high speed, people have more and more devices connected to their desktop and personal computers and various kinds of devices. However, the lack of standardization in digital interfacing poses a tough problem for their devices to work. As a result, DVI, created by the Digital Display Working Group, is utilized as a specification specifically for the accommodation of analog and digital interfaces with one single connector. In addition, DVI can save consumers a large amount of money for they don’t need to install all devices needed for the completely digital displays. As a matter of fact, DDWG was stimulated by the cut of costs and the lack of standardization to create DVI in order to promote a standard adopted in the market.

To be honest, Analog graphics technology is becoming outmoded for it can no longer satisfy people’s requirements. Therefore, people are bound to discard it. On the other hand, DVI emerges as an advanced technology which is specifically designed to meet those demanding requirements. It is safe to say that DVI is the best predecessor to analog in consideration of its powerful ability to improve the quality of images and the rate of data transfer. However, it always takes some time for people to fully understand and take advantage of the emerging technology. DVI is no exception. There is a long way to go for the market to be completely digital. With the price of DVI dropping gradually as time goes by, consumers will prefer to making use of it to improve their systems. More and more manufacturers will pay attention to it as well. In the foreseeable future, we will become completely digital. Everyone will benefit from DVI to the largest degree.