Matrox Mura Capture and Display Boards Drive Curved Video Wall at 2014 NEC Solutions Showcase

At the 2014 NEC Solutions Showcase during May, Matrox Graphics Inc. collaborated with AV-industry suppliers to present integrated digital signage, video display wall and AV-over-IP solutions for a variety of applications.

  • Matrox Mura capture and display boards.

Matrox Mura MPX Series video wall controller boards will capture and display content on PSCo’s impressive curved video wall made up of thirty-six 55-inch NEC X554 displays with ultra-thin bezels. They will also drive a 2×2 control room video wall in the Emergency Services Zone. Mura cards feature flexible inputs and high-quality outputs allowing AV integrators, system builders and equipment manufacturers to easily and cost-effectively build high-density video wall controller systems supporting custom video walls of almost any size. Exceptional-quality scaling, switching, and compositing of source content including HDCP feeds are easily managed through intuitive control options including Matrox MuraControl software, third-party software and simple integration with existing AV control systems.

  • Matrox Maevex H.264 encoders/decoders.

Matrox Maevex H.264 encoders will be used to deliver AV-over-IP content to landscape and portrait digital signage configurations and to the adjacent Mura-driven control room wall in the Emergency Services Zone. Maevex delivers AV streaming at low bandwidth over standard IP networks for display or for storage anywhere on a LAN. Maevex encoders can be combined with Maevex decoders or third-party software decoders to stream up to full HD digital signage, education and training materials, camera footage, desktop screen capture and other AV content to one or more displays and to collaborative video walls.

  • Matrox M-Series multi-display graphics cards.

Matrox M-Series multi-display graphics cards will be used to drive six displays attached to an ergonomic desk from DAS Business Furniture. M-Series cards render pristine images across up to eight high-resolution monitors at resolutions up to 2560 x 1600 for an exceptional multi-monitor user experience. For professional environments that require even larger desktop space, M-Series cards support multi-board hybriding, enabling up to 16 displays on a single computer.

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