“Matrox Avio seems to have been designed specifically for our needs. It met all of our requirements and even exceeded them, which was not the case for many other models.”
Dominic Gagné, Technical Services Team, Groupe Pixcom Inc.
"Matrox multi-display graphics hardware has been used in Siemens SIMATIC HMI systems for years. The reliability, image quality, multi-display configuration options - not to mention the long product life cycles—of Matrox products make them key building blocks for Siemens systems. Recently, Siemens Italy has validated the Matrox Extio Series of remote graphics units for use with SIMATIC industrial PCs. Extio RGUs are excellent options for customers looking to power the user interface components of their SIMATIC systems up to 250m away from the industrial PC - without a penalty to image quality or performance."
Mauro Cerea - AS dept., Siemens S.p.A. - Milano - Italy, SIMATIC HMI - Human Machine Interface
"Convert DVI provided the video and audio conversion and the genlock capability to allow us to use the computer generated video and audio in our broadcast system. Matrox Convert DVI is a very cost effective scan converter with excellent conversion quality that also allows us to benefit from embedded audio."
Douglas Durkee, Director of Broadcast Operations, WYFF
“For a simple one- or two-camera set up, the Monarch HDX encoders exceed expectations. You click the button and it’s a guaranteed go. The units are so easy to use. They help us tremendously with our day-to-day workflow as setting up for live streams is much quicker than we ever imagined, resulting in effective use of the available crew. Ramping up further should be easy with additional Monarch HDX encoders.”
Blake Schaich, Video Content Producer, OStateTV
“The Matrox Monarch HD appliance is a reliable solution for streaming and recording, in a compact package. It gives Hammond the edge in bringing our broadcast-level productions to an increasingly online viewership.”
Lee Clements, video engineer at Hammond Communications
“We required a six-head output graphics card to create a video strip utilizing six 46-inch HD Philips screens. The card needed to be able to run layered graphics which are animated… [The C680] performed excellently and the artwork looked professional, crisp, and fluid.”
Paul Midwood, Group Business Development Manager, Image Technique