New Four-Card Platform Captures and Displays up to 16 HD Inputs Across 16 HD Outputs for Digital Signage, Control Room, and Other Applications
Montreal & Syracuse, N.Y. — 27 February 2013 — Matrox® Graphics Inc. and Seneca® today announced an expanded partnership to build Mura MPX™-based video wall controllers, starting with Seneca’s new VWC-4 solution. Capitalizing on Matrox Mura MPX technology, which features integrated inputs and outputs plus universal input capture on each PCIe x16 Gen2 card, the four-board controller enables integrators to build video walls of up to 16 HD inputs across 16 HD outputs. Available through Seneca, the new video wall controller comprises Matrox-validated components and was comprehensively tested by the U.S.-based custom-computer manufacturer to meet rigorous standards. This 4U rack-mountable, cost-effective video wall solution will easily fulfill project requirements for small to mid-sized video wall installations in any sector, from digital signage to process control.
"The VWC-4 is a product of Seneca’s dedicated engineering team’s efforts to consistently provide integrators with high-performance systems,” said David Mitchell, market development manager, Seneca. “We are confident our customers will benefit greatly from this new Mura MPX board-powered controller with its excellent image quality, as well as the flexibility stemming from their universal input, output functionality.”