Texas Instruments (TI) introduced two new video switches for digital video interface (DVI) or high definition multimedia interface (HDMI), which allow multiple devices to connect to a digital TV. The devices connect either two or three digital video signals—coming from devices like game consoles, digital video switch boxes, set-top boxes or DVD players—to a single HDTV display. The three-port TMDS351 and two-port TMDS251 integrate four transition minimized differential signaling (TMDS) channels, one hot plug detector and a digital display control interface on each port. Each TMDS channel supports signaling rates up to 2.5 Gbps, allowing for 1080p resolution in 12-bit color depth. The TMDS351 and TMDS251 devices are a part of TI's offering of high-performance analog and digital signal processor (DSP) products for video applications, which includes DaVinci processors, TVP7000/1 triple 8/10-bit video ADCs, and DLP technology.