Matrox Calls for Distributors to Bring World-Leading Multi-Display Graphics Cards, Adapters, KVM Extenders, and Video Wall Controller Boards to Enterprise, Industrial, and Government Customers in India and Pakistan
MONTREAL — 10 April 2012 — Matrox Graphics Inc., a leader in specialized multi-display graphics solutions, is now actively seeking additional distributors in India and Pakistan to promote and market Matrox’s full range of multi-display graphics solutions. Founded in 1976, Matrox leverages 35 years of industry-leading expertise to deliver reliable, high-quality, multi-display graphics cards, external adapters, KVM extenders, and video wall controller boards for use in countless professional markets. These include finance, digital signage, medical imaging, manufacturing, factory automation, security, government, and enterprise computing.
“Matrox is excited to announce new distribution opportunities in India and Pakistan,” said Samuel Recine, Director of Sales -- America and Asia Pacific at Matrox Graphics Inc. “With customer demand increasing for our specialized IT and Pro AV products, Matrox is pursuing the opportunity to team up with established distributors to meet the multi-display-technology requirements in these two growing markets.”
Matrox Graphics offers the most extensive line of reliable multi-monitor solutions, including M-Series and Epica graphics cards, DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go external adapters, Avio and Extio KVM extenders, and Mura video wall controller boards.
Matrox M-Series and Epica multi-display graphics cards deliver an optimal combination of fanless designs, low power consumption, exceptional 2D image quality, high MTBF, and flexible desktop configurations.
Matrox DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go external multi-display adapters connect up to two and three additional monitors, respectively, to Mac and PC notebooks and workstations.
Matrox Avio and Extio KVM extenders separate keyboard, video, mouse, and multiple monitors from the computer by up to two kilometres (6650 feet) via a single fiber-optic cable.
Matrox Mura video wall controller boards uniquely feature both outputs and inputs on a single-slot PCIe x16 Gen2 design, and can be combined with other Mura boards within a single system to drive increasingly high-density, Full HD video walls.