Matrox's hardware and software broadcast portfolio streamlines and simplifies SMPTE ST 2110 workflows, remote productions, remote operations, and more.
Arbor integrates Matrox ST 2110 NIC cards to meet the growing demand for IP-based video management solutions in the government sector.
Matrox Video will be sharing its AV-over-IP perspectives and best practices across the show floor at InfoComm 2022.
At ISE 2022 (Booth 5Q350), Matrox Video will highlight open standards-based innovations and approaches that simplify the Pro AV/IT market’s path to secure, interoperable, and scalable AV-over-IP ecosystems.
New Matrox X.mio and DSX LE5 SDI I/O cards offer broadcast equipment manufacturers more design flexibility to build a broader range of COTS-based broadcast systems.
Matrox® Video today announces that it will unveil its latest technological advancements for remote production (REMI) and remote operation workflows at NAB 2022 (Booth N3118).
The expanded Tile View feature enables users to further customize remote workspaces by monitoring and controlling multiple systems simultaneously across a variety of Full HD and 4K layouts.
Matrox Video VP of engineering, David Jones, to provide leadership to the hardware and software engineering teams and shape the company’s strategic vision.
Matrox® is pleased to announce that it has entered into a definitive share purchase agreement with Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), pursuant to which Zebra intends to acquire the Matrox Imaging division (Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd.).
ConvertIP devices facilitate open, interoperable infrastructures that support compressed and uncompressed 4K IP signal transport over ST 2110 and IPMX-ready networks