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Visit Matrox partners at ITEM 2008



What's happening:

Matrox Graphics display controller boards designed for medical imaging will be featured in various partner booths–Carestream Health, Climb Medical Systems, Eizo Nanao Technologies, Infocom, NEC, and Sectra, to name a few–at the International Technical Exhibition of Medical Imaging 2008, sponsored by the Japan Radiology Congress and organized by the Japan Industries Association of Radiological Systems.

When:

Friday, April 4 to Sunday, April 6, 2008

Where:

Pacifico Yokohama Exhibition Hall
Yokohama, Japan

Featured Partners:

Matrox MED™ Series, Matrox RAD™ Series, Matrox AuroraVX™ Series, and more.

About Matrox Medical Imaging Solutions

Matrox display controller boards for medical imaging–including the 10-bit Matrox MED and AuroraVX Series, along with RAD Series–offer a wide range of display output options, display resolution capabilities, and features to suit the demanding needs of medical imaging professionals. Matrox TheatreVUE™ Series will clone any region of a medical imaging display and have projected full-screen via a projector or other large screen display device. Matrox Equinox graphics extension unit brings high resolution dual displays into the OR at a distance from the PC, and connects OR staff with control rooms, planning rooms and hospital education facilities together with Matrox Onyx display controller board. Matrox OEM technology is also used in medical imaging solutions such as angiography, C-Arm and mobile X-Ray, cardiology, patient monitoring and ultrasound.


For more information about Matrox Graphics Inc., contact graphics@matrox.com.




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