Published on 6 May, 2010
|The Matrox booth will feature VDA-1164 Video Decoding Accelerator|
What's Happening: Matrox Graphics, the leading manufacturer of specialised graphics solutions for professional markets, will power a variety of multi-display security systems at IFSEC 2010 - the world's largest annual security event. The Matrox booth will feature:
- VDA-1164 Video Decoding Accelerator
- M9140, M9148, and M9188 add-in graphics cards
- Extio F1400 Remote Graphics Unit (RGU)
When: Monday May 10th - Thursday May 13th, 2010
Where: National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, United Kingdom, Hall 4, Booth G160
Accelerate IP video decoding. Offload the CPU. Maximise system responsiveness:
As the world's only hardware-accelerated decoding solution for Smart Wall, VDA offloads the video decoding burden from the Smart Wall CPU by simultaneous decoding and displaying up to 16 D1 video streams, allowing operators to easily manage the number, size, and position of camera views on the Smart Wall from Milestone Smart Client console stations.
Multi-display solutions - Dual, Quad and beyond:
The M-Series multi-display graphics cards offer up to 2GB of memory, resolutions up to 2560x1600 per output, and advanced desktop management features for an exceptional security surveillance platform. At IFSEC 2010, the M9140 graphics card will drive a quad 2x2 set up while the M9148 quad DisplayPort card will pair with the M9188 octal DisplayPort card to output to a 12-monitor, 4x3 configuration - all from a single system.
Control from a distance:
A unique multi-display extension technology, Matrox Extio RGUs separate the user interface peripherals - including keyboard, mouse, audio, and graphics hardware - from the rest of the computer by up to 820 ft (250m) of fibre optic cable. With support for up to four digital or analogue monitors at resolutions of up to 1920x1200 per display, or 2 dual-link digital monitors at the native resolution of 2560x1600, Extio RGUs provide the advanced user station graphics requirements while the critical parts of the computer are housed securely in a separate location.