With all the different ways available to display video images, the PC industry greatly needed a set of standards that could insure that a compatible video card could be used with a compatible monitor.
At first all the manufacturers that had a large stake in their proprietary technologies decided it would set their own standards. But standards aren't really worth anything unless everybody can agree on them.
Therefore the Video Electronics Standard Association (VESA) was formed to define a new set of standards that would be industry recognized.
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