• Wednesday, July 29, 2015

    DCP, LLC is pleased to announce the approval of the Simplay Labs SL-8810 as an Authorized Test Tool for HDCP compliance testing. The SL-8810 has demonstrated on Miracast Source and Sink devices to accurately test to the HDCP 2.2 Interface Independent Compliance Test Specification. Approval of this tool gives Adopters the option for testing and debugging products over Miracast.  The DCP, LLC-approved software release version is tracked on the Compliance page.  For more information about the SL-8800, contact the Simplay Labs distributor, Vprime LLC.

  • Monday, February 16, 2015

    On January 8, 2015 during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Digital Content Protection LLC/Intel were honored with a 2014 Technical & Engineering Emmy (r) Award for its HDCP Technology. To view DCP LLC's President, Stephen Balogh, acceptance speech, please click here.

  • Tuesday, June 24, 2014

    DCP, LLC is pleased to announce the approval of the Simplay Labs SL-8800 with M3X Adaptor as an Authorized Test Tool for HDCP compliance testing. The SL-8800 with M3X Adaptor has been demonstrated on MHL Source and Sink devices to accurately test to the HDCP 2.2 on MHL Compliance Test Specification.  Approval of this tool gives Adopters a new option for testing and debugging products. As the first HDCP 2.2 on MHL approved Authorized Test Tool, the SL-8800 with M3X Adaptor will be used by the HDCP Authorized Test Centers for conducting HDCP Compliance Testing.  The DCP, LLC-approved software release version is tracked on the Compliance page.  For more information about the SL-8800, contact the Simplay Labs distributor, Vprime LLC.

  • Wednesday, June 4, 2014

    DCP, LLC is pleased to announce the approval of the Simplay Labs SL-8800 with M3X Adaptor as an Authorized Test Tool for HDCP compliance testing. The SL-8800 with M3X Adaptor has been demonstrated on MHL Source and Sink devices to accurately test to the HDCP 2.2 on MHL Compliance Test Specification.  Approval of this tool gives Adopters a new option for testing and debugging products. As the first HDCP 2.2 on MHL approved Authorized Test Tool, the SL-8800 with M3X Adaptor will be used by the HDCP Authorized Test Centers for conducting HDCP Compliance Testing.  The DCP, LLC-approved software release version is tracked on the Compliance page.  For more information about the SL-8800, contact the Simplay Labs distributor, Vprime LLC.

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2013

    DCP LLC is proud to announce that the final release of the HDCP Specification Rev. 2.2 Interface Independent Adaptation is now available on our website at http://www.digital-cp.com/hdcp-specifications.

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2013

    DCP is proud to announce that the final release of the HDCP 2.2 on DisplayPort Specification is now available on our website at  http://www.digital-cp.com/hdcp-specifications.

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2013

    DCP LLC is proud to announce the final release of the HDCP 2.2 on HDMI Specification is now available on our website at http://www.digital-cp.com/hdcp-specifications.

  • Tuesday, February 9, 2010

    DCP, LLC is pleased to announce the approval of the Unigraf VTG-5225 and DPT-200 as Authorized Test Tools for HDCP compliance testing. The VTG-5225 and DPT-200 have been demonstrated on DisplayPort Sink devices to accurately test to the HDCP DisplayPort CTS.  Approval of these tools gives adopters a new option for testing and debugging products. As the first approved test tools, the VTG-5225 and DPT-200 will be used by the HDCP Authorized Test Centers for conducting HDCP Compliance Testing.  The DCP, LLC-approved software release version is tracked on the compliance page.  For additional information about the VTG-5225 or DPT-200, contact Unigraf directly.  For more information about Authorized Test Centers, please visit the Compliance page

  • Monday, December 1, 2008

    This new presentation on High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection provides an update on the new specifications as well as use cases.

  • Saturday, November 15, 2008

    The consumer electronics industry has rapidly adopted High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) to protect digital content transmitted over digital interfaces like HDMI and DisplayPort. Now, usage models are emerging that let end users conveniently connect displays, devices, and home-theater systems via standard protocols and interfaces like TCP/IP, Wi-Fi, USB and Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI). Robust and proven technology is needed to protect content transmitted in these scenarios and HDCP is evolving to meet this need with a new set of specifications outlined in a new white paper. The first of these specifications to be released are High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection revision 2.0 Interface Independent Adaptation (HDCP IIA) and High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection revision 2.0 on WHDI (HDCP on WHDI). Additional HDCP revision 2.0 specifications for specific implementations will follow.