Global shipments of DisplayPort-Enabled Devices are forecast to exceed 2.7 billion units by 2024, driven by the indispensability of digital display interfaces in a wide range of media devices such as smartphones, tablets, PCs, ultra-high-definition TVs, virtual reality headsets against the backdrop of growing consumption of high-quality video content on these devices. The market also stands to benefit from robust sales of 4K televisions and the expected drift to 8K, which demands sharp audio and superior image quality. The ratification of Display Port 1.4 Standard for 8K 60 Hz and 4K 120 Hz HDR displays is additionally poised to benefit growth in the digital television and digital signage markets. Other noteworthy trends in the market influencing growth include rising popularity of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) headsets, and personal theatre and the ensuing need for displayport to connect pc and gaming consoles to headsets; rising adoption of Thunderbolt 3 enabled products; rise in multiscreen viewing habits and the ensuing demand for DisplayPort 1.2; developments in displayport-enabled chipsets; development of DisplayPort interfaces with HBR3 to drive 8K video resolution with a single connection; robust demand for eDP as embedded display interface for very high-resolution displays in PCs, notebooks and tablets; rising prominence of Micro DisplayPort as the next generation of video connector for ultra-thin mobile devices; and rise in DisplayPort certifications across various device categories. Asia-Pacific represents the largest and the fastest growing market worldwide with a CAGR of 38.7% over the analysis period, led by factors such as stable economic growth; digitalizing lifestyles of the expanding base of middle class population and a parallel increase in the use of computing devices and display devices; rise of multi-screen content consumption; and consumer demand for multi-streaming capabilities and the ensuing spurt in sales of DisplayPorts based on 1.2 and 1.4 standards.



Company and Industry News & Stories
  • Analogix Semiconductor Launches ANX74xx Family of 10 Gbps USB-C™ Re-Timers to Support a Single USB-C Port for Next Generation Devices
  • IOGEAR Launches 2- and 4-Port 4K Dual View DisplayPort KVMP Switches Targeted at Multi-Computer Power Users
  • Analogix Semiconductor Rolls out ANX2403, the Industry’s Lowest Power Full HD Embedded DisplayPort™
  • L-com Launches VIA00001-Series Cables Designed to Send a Video Signal from an Existing Source Device to a Projector/Monitor, without Upgrading to a New Monitor
  • Parade Technologies Launches PS8818, a USB Type-C 10 Gigabits/Sec Re-Timer

Product Definition & Scope
  • DisplayPort is defined as an open digital display interface established by the VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association), an independent standards entity, in 2006. The interface connects digital video and audio sources to display devices at lower EMI and lower power in comparison to existing legacy standards. The next-generation of display interfaces were designed to achieve a secure interconnectivity between the display monitor and the computer, and between the computer and the installed home theater system. The PC industry views DisplayPorts as an ideal replacement for existing display standards such as VGA, LVDS, and DVI. Offering backward compatibility with VGA as well as DVI through adapter dongles, DisplayPorts facilitate consumers in connecting their video sources without requiring any replacement of their existing display devices. DisplayPorts offer the capability of delivering numerous benefits in a wide array of application areas, including workstations, desktops, notebooks, and computer monitors. DisplayPort also allows easy transfer of high-resolution audio and video content on a single cable.

Timeline for Analysis
  • Market Estimates and Forecasts for 2016-2024
  • Historic Review 2011-2015

Geographic Markets Analyzed
  • US, Canada, Japan, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific), Latin America (Brazil and Rest of Latin America), and Rest of World

Major Players
  • Analogix Semiconductor, Inc.
  • Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
  • ADLINK Technology, Inc.
  • Lattice Semiconductor
  • Intel Corporation
  • NXP Semiconductors N.V.
  • STMicroelectronics N.V.
  • Texas Instruments, Inc.

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