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DisplayPort FAQ​​


 

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Please email any questions you have to our Q&A Department.

Q: What does the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License cover? ​
A: The DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License provides coverage for such technology standards known as DisplayPort (DP), Mini DisplayPort (mDP), Embedded DisplayPort (eDP), Internal DisplayPort (iDP), Mobility DisplayPort (MyDP), DockPort and Dual-Mode DisplayPort used in connecting audio/video sources among products such as monitors, projectors, televisions, adaptors, personal computers, graphic cards, motherboards, storage devices, smartphones, tablets, flat panel displays and cameras.

Q: Where do I find the patents that are included in the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License?
A: Click here.

Q: Who are the essential patent holders ("Licensors") to the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License?
A: Click here.

Q: How can coverage be obtained?
A: Users can obtain coverage by entering into the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License.

Q: Who signs the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License?
A: A company offering branded or other end products that use the DisplayPort technologies would sign the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License.

Q: What is the current term of the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License?
A: The initial term runs through December 31, 2020.

Q: What are the royalties for the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License?
A: Click here for information.

Q: When does a Licensee pay?
A. Coverage is provided for DisplayPort products from the first release date of the DisplayPort Specifications, but royalties are payable only on DisplayPort products from January 1, 2013 forward. Back royalties from January 1, 2013 to the execution date of the License are due within 30 days or one calendar month of the execution date. Royalties from the execution date forward are paid semiannually.

Q: Who has taken a license?
A: Click here

Q: How may a patent holder become a Licensor to the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License?
A: Any party that believes it has patents which are essential to the DisplayPort Specifications, and wishes to participate in the DisplayPort Patent Portfolio License upon successful evaluation, is invited to submit them for evaluation and inclusion. Click here to request a copy of the terms and procedures governing the patent submission process.

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