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VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association, pronounced /ˈveɪsə/) is an international standards body for computer graphics founded in 1989 by NEC Home Electronics and eight other video display adapter manufacturers.

VESA's initial goal was to produce a standard for 800×600 SVGA resolution video displays. Since then VESA has issued a number of standards, mostly relating to the function of video peripherals in personal computers.

In November 2010, VESA announced a cooperative agreement with the Wireless Gigabit Alliance (WiGig) for sharing technology expertise and specifications to develop multi-gigabit wireless DisplayPort capabilities. DisplayPort is a VESA technology that provides digital display connectivity.

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