Video Electronic Standards Association


Video Electronic Standards Association
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VESA’s mission is to promote and develop timely, relevant, open display and display interface standards, ensuring interoperability, and encouraging innovation and market growth. Its vision is to be one of the leading, worldwide standards organizations and internationally recognized voices in the video electronics industry.

Audio and video glossary. 2014.

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