“Matrox has provided us with two powerful cards to serve as the heart of the robust TITAN WALL system,” said John Downie, sales director at Visual Management Systems Ltd. “The diversity of IP and physical sources the Matrox cards can handle means the TITAN WALL is a highly valuable node for industries that require efficient data consolidation and analysis."
Designed to work with Matrox C-Series multi-display graphics cards, Mura IPX packs high-density encode and decode functionality (16 1080p30, 50+ 720p30) onto a single PCIe® card, simplifying integration and reducing installation costs.
Powering the processor controller, Matrox Mura IPX and C-Series Graphics cards respectively provide the IP connectivity and multi-display processing power required for modern applications in security, industry, and control room scenarios.
Matrox C-Series multi-display video cards, featuring four, six, and nine-output models, allow you to drive multiple displays or projectors from a single graphics card. Designed to ensure excellent reliability, stability and ease of deployment, C-Series cards deliver advanced multi-monitor capabilities and outstanding performance for a broad range of applications including enterprise, industrial, pro A/V, digital signage, security, control rooms and more.
The Matrox Mura IPX 4K capture and IP encode & decode cards are advanced video wall control cards featuring high-quality, low-bitrate, multi-channel encoding and decoding over standard IP. Designed to work with Matrox C-Series multi-display graphics cards, Mura IPX packs high-density encode and decode functionality (16x 1080p30, 64x 720p30) onto a single PCIe® card, simplifying integration and reducing installation costs.
“The integration of C-Series and IPX cards into Visual Management Systems’ modular TITAN WALL video wall is quite ingenious, and serves the security market well,” said Cecilia Wills, UK country manager, Matrox Graphics. “This all-in-one system offers a low cost, low difficulty solution for all multi-source, multi-input monitoring needs.”