- The Graphics Pulse - Digital Signage Edition
2015/12/01 – Showcase of Matrox digital signage technology and applications
- Helsinki’s Kamppi Mall Elevates Its Digital Signage with 14.4m Matrox Mura MPX-Powered Screen
2015/11/23 – Mura MPX video wall capture & display cards deliver 108 square meters of advertising to attract shopping center customers
- Sure International Deploys Innovative In-Store Signage Powered by Matrox C-Series Six-Output Video Card
2015/11/10 – Matrox C680 multi-display graphics card powers six-monitor digital signage video strip in telecom company’s Saint Helier location, with more stores to follow
- Digital Signage in Oslo Metro Gets Matrox Maevex Upgrade
2015/10/29 – Maevex H.264 encoders and decoders let Clear Channel Norway remotely control metro station signage with minimal downtime and maintenance
- Matrox at Sicurezza 2015 — Product Preview
2015/10/19 – New Matrox Mura IPX Series 4K capture and IP encode/decode cards to be demonstrated for the first time in Italy
Product Spotlight: Matrox Mura™ IPX Series
Moving 4K signals
“For the majority of applications, in which a little latency can be tolerated, it is not desirable to attempt to distribute 4K in an uncompressed fashion,” says David Chiappini, VP of research and development at Matrox Graphics.
Building a dedicated AV-over-IP infrastructure for uncompressed 4K is equivalent to reproducing a baseband infrastructure with respect to extension and switching, both in terms of cost and lack of interoperability with currently deployed standard networks.
“Compression is able to handle the maximum levels of quality achievable by uncompressed solutions but at a fraction of the bit rate and this opens up applications of 4K distribution to well beyond the traditional hardwired infrastructure.”
Read the complete article in the October 2015 issue of InAVate Magazine (magazine registration required)