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“Digital artifacts or dropped frames broadcast during our two, three-hour live broadcasts were rare […] It was truly amazing and fulfilled our requirements. We could afford it, and it was close enough to real time to get the camera operators and studio back in sync.”

Ned Soseman, Broadcast Engineer, Lake Race 2015

"Matrox offers a broad portfolio of products designed for the specific requirements of process automation, rail management and other mission critical systems. With form factors ranging from PCI to PCIe x1 and PCIe x16 across many product families—from P-Series to M-Series graphics cards and Extio remote graphics units, Matrox solutions are compatible with a variety of specialized systems. The assortment of form factors, in combination with display drivers that offer Industry-leading capabilities, also provide the flexibility for multi-board configurations—to power up to 8 displays—with Goma Elettronica Industrial PCs."

Dott. Irene Gozzo, Sales & Marketing Manager, GOMA ELETTRONICA SPA

“The company provided a free demo of the equipment on-site in our operating theatre at Akola. Plus, their online and phone technical support has been consistently excellent. I know, without hesitation, if anything should go wrong, someone at Matrox is there for me."

Dr. Rajesh Modi, Director, Akola Endoscopy Centre

“Monarch HDX’s GUI made setup very quick indeed, a matter of minutes. This easy configuration makes the unit great for any streaming or recording we do at external venues. The Monarch HDX does the job of two units in one!”

Jonathan Aloia, Technician and Maintenance Supervisor, Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance

“We needed a solution that would let us connect cameras, offer live switching capabilities, and allow for a live scoreboard and titles. It would also need to offer virtual sets and keying, which would be used when we interviewed the participants in front of a green screen, and play pre-recorded clips. We found everything we were looking for within the Telestream Wirecast/Matrox solution.”

Michael McAteer, past president of the TMR Curling Club

“Now certified by Scala to drive nine displays per card, Matrox’s C900 graphics card offers a substantial canvas, meaning digital signage can be presented on a larger scale than ever before. Matrox continues to offer high-performance products for professional markets, and our customers benefit from the advances that Matrox has brought, and will continue to bring, to the multi-display graphics market.”

Peter Cherna, Chief Product Officer, Scala

“After we configured PowerStream to the client’s bandwidth specifications, video distribution became a matter of plug and play. It was clear from the start that Maevex would be capable of streaming video across the existing infrastructure with minimal interruption, downtime, and expense.”

Jeff Lai, Sales Manager, Amara International Ltd.

"Matrox Extio products work very well with Honeywell control systems, including the Icon Series Console. Since graphics, audio, and USB hardware is integrated into the Extio device itself, graphics performance at 800ft is as fluid as it would be if the displays were powered directly by an add-in card in a computer only a couple of feet away under the desk."

Dennis Kodimer, Systems Hardware Engineering, Honeywell Process Solutions

“Matrox Monarch HDX has been fantastic. We now have a high-quality encoder that is easy to use, integrates nicely with our agenda management solution, and meets our entire streaming and recording needs. This appliance has proved to be ideal for our single-staffed IT operations.”

Joel Staker, IT Systems & Network Manager, City of Carmel-by-the-Sea

"We looked at every system available that could do synchronous AV capture of multiple channels. Some were complicated and astronomically expensive, others simply unreliable. When we first got our hands on the new VS4Recorder Pro software, it just worked, and we couldn’t believe the economical pricing for a complete four-channel recording solution. This, for us, is a real game changer!”

Cameron Mitchell, Technical Manager, the Science of Learning Classroom at the University of Melbourne