The elves have been busy, trying to get our first product to market within the month. And so, we’re proud to announce that the Plugable Universal USB 2.0 Docking Station (UD-160-A) is now — as of Saturday night — for sale on Amazon here in the US. And at a price around or better than […]
Monthly Archives: September 2009
In getting more background from this talk, it was great to review the videos on ndiyo.org and displaylink.org with all the history and background on the concept of low-cost multiseat. Didn’t want too much history in slides, but it will come up verbally, and it’s a rich and interesting history. The one comment the presentation […]
[Update March 2011, the Plugable DC-125 USB Docking Client has launched] At the annual Linux Plumber’s Conference next week in Portland, OR, I’ve signed up for a session Wednesday afternoon on plug and play multiseat. The hope is to discuss and encourage integrating support for this scenario and hardware into Linux. Love the conference name. […]
Launching products: niche vs. mass market A VC-funded chip company like DisplayLink must shoot for horizontal/mass markets. But the most compelling, defensible value propositions may be downstream among the more specific/vertical niche products that the technology enables.
A FedEx truck pulled into the driveway this morning. Ring – Ring. Delivered a box, addressed to me. It was marked “perishable”, from “The Secret Spoon” company. No other description on the otherwise white box. Wow, weird. What is this? My birthday isn’t this month – must be work related. Here I am just in […]