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RedMere HDMI Cable

date:On January 19, 2016 Source:  

RedMere is an Irish company founded in 2004,[1] as a manufacturer in the cable assembly industry


RM1689 IC — a semiconductor device which runs on very little power, so it can draw the current it needs through the HDMI signal itself. It allows HDMI cables to be manufactured at lower cost with the same results as regular HDMI cables. By using a lot less copper, it allows for thinner and more flexible cables.[1] This was demonstrated in the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.[citation needed]

VerifEye — a cable test platform.

On 27 March 2009, RedMere teamed up with Monster, another manufacturer of audio/video cables to create ultra-thin HDMI cables that would transfer data at up to 10.2 Gbit/s.[2][3]

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