Rogan-Delft completes View Pro-X software validation on Matrox AuroraVX Series display controller boards

Montreal, Canada, February 7, 2006— Matrox Graphics Inc., the leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professionals, today announced that Rogan-Delft has validated its View Pro-X viewing software with the Matrox AuroraVX3mp™ display controller boards.

The AuroraVX Series display controller board maximizes display output options, powering three displays from a single low-profile PCI Express board. The AuroraVX3mp supports a Navigation Console (NC) up to a resolution of 2 MP, along with two Twin Imaging Displays (TIDs) of 2 MP each or 3 MP each.

"The AuroraVX Series display controller board is in-line with the famous open systems design of the Rogan OnLine PACS solutions. Due to this, our mutual customers can benefit from maximum performance and quality with highest reliability," says Bart Hendriks, vice president, Rogan-Delft. "At HIMSS we will be showing this latest VPX software with an Ortho and Mammography package."

Equipped with Hardware Pivot, the AuroraVX Series display controller board is capable of driving various combinations of color and grayscale displays in portrait and/or landscape modes, and features an 8- or 10-bit display output for 256 or 1024 simultaneous shades of gray, depending on the available displays attached. Providing medical imaging professionals with versatile multi-display options, the AuroraVX Series offers excellent performance and stunning image quality, ideal for Picture Archiving and Communications Systems (PACS), and a variety of modalities such as X-Ray imaging, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Digital Radiography (DR).

"This validation process by Rogan-Delft reassures the customer in the integrity to deliver a world class software and hardware solution," says George Rigas, business development manger, medical imaging, Matrox Graphics, Inc. "The viewing capabilities of the Rogan-Delft View Pro-X software, and the display output options afforded by our Matrox AuroraVX Series board make this solution a practical and effective one for our customers."

Rogan-Delft has distinguished itself in the picture archiving and communications system (PACS) arena with a series of highly successful innovations, including its precedent-setting Online XS PACS. In recognition of this innovative product that demonstrates exceptional performance, scalability, innovation and integration imaging capabilities, Frost & Sullivan has honoured Rogan-Delft with the 2005 Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Innovation.

About Rogan-Delft B.V.

Rogan-Delft B.V., the first PACS company in the world and the winner of the 2005 Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Innovation, is one of the major innovators in the market of the PACS solutions. Rogan provides its customers with a full range of viewing, archiving, and connectivity solutions, in full compliance with the communications standards that must be adhered to for success in today's hospital information technology enterprise.

As the inventor of the Everything OnLine (EOL) archive, Multiple Archive Storage Servers (MASS) and Redundant Array of Inexpensive Servers (RAIS) technology, Rogan has repeatedly proven to be the supplier of state of the art solutions. The latest PACS innovation, Rogan OnLine XS is one of the fastest and most reliable solutions for image transmission in the market.

For more information, visit: www.rogan-delft.com.

For more information about Matrox Graphics Inc., contact graphics@matrox.com.

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