ISE 2017: Matrox exhibits IP-enabled graphics card9 February 2017
Matrox is showcasing its C900 nine-ouput graphics card capable of powering a 3×3 videowall, providing multi-display performance in digital signage and control room scenarios.
Controlled by the MuraControl for Windows videowall management software, the same system also features a Matrox Mura IPX 4K capture and IP decoder card to demonstrate the ease of integrating streaming IP sources onto a videowall, including IP cameras and Matrox Maevex-encoded sources.
Being demoed in a security and control situation, the Mura IPX 4K is powering four displays arranged as a cost-effective, easy-to-integrate 2×2 multi-viewer. Controlled by the MuraControl management software, the multi-viewer is displaying multiple streams originating from IP cameras, encoding appliances, and media distribution systems.
To underline the collaborative nature of Matrox videowall products, two Matrox Mura MPX videowall capture and display cards are being used to power a dual-4K wall, ideal for process control, dispatch, transportation, air traffic control and security command centres. With Mura MPX powering the two displays, a paired Mura IPX 4K capture and IP encode/decode card is enabling IP sources.
The entire system is capable of capturing, decoding, and displaying both HD and 4K content, while sharing and/or recording parts or all of the entire wall.
A Matrox P690 graphics card is employed in the same system as a console display, with MuraControl for Windows managing sources and the wall layout.