At InfoComm 2018, in booth N1322, North Hall front entrance, Matrox will be showing its award-winning line of Maevex quad 4K enterprise encoders, Extio 3 IP KVM extenders, Mura IPX video wall and multi-viewer cards, and Monarch LCS lecture capture appliances—including the Monarch LCS Radar monitoring application.
The showcase features Matrox’s best-of-class capture, real-time encoding, streaming, recording, switching, decoding, extension, and fully-programmable command-and-control of multi-channel AV distribution systems.
Matrox experts will additionally share industry insight and expertise in an InfoComm presentation titled Networked AV, Remote Monitoring, and Security on June 7, from 12:30-2:00 PM, at the Westgate Hotel (Pavilion 10).
Also, as a fierce advocate of interoperability and standards, Matrox has been early to support the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol as an open-source video transport protocol designed to help with low-latency streaming across unpredictable networks. SRT Alliance partners have joined forces to show multi-vendor camera, encoder, media server, decoder, video wall, and social cast products, all working together using the SRT protocol.
The Monarch LCS encoder appliance and radar monitoring application offer simple, affordable lecture capture workflows
Maevex 6150 quad 4K enterprise encoder
Matrox boasts a complete portfolio of world-class technologies designed to meet all of today’s AV distribution requirements. The Maevex 6150 quad 4K enterprise encoder will highlight game-changing 4K streaming and recording, while the Extio 3 IP KVM extender will demonstrate industry-leading 4K IP extension and switching at low bitrates.
Mura IPX video wall cards meanwhile, will exhibit high-density 4K encoding, decoding, and display on networked display walls and multi-viewers. The Monarch LCS encoder appliance and Monarch LCS Radar monitoring application for simple, affordable lecture capture workflows, will also be on display.
Networked AV to remote monitoring
The Networked AV, Remote Monitoring, and Security presentation will provide an introduction on some of the fundamental considerations when evaluating networked AV.
The session will enable attendees to develop a deeper understanding of the most common streaming protocols, identify key performance metrics and monitoring protocols for IT network management, and recognise and safeguard against security vulnerabilities created by networked AV equipment.
- Name: IS081 - Networked AV, Remote Monitoring, and Security
- Date: June 7, 2018
- Time: 12:30-2:00 PM
- Location: Westgate Hotel - Las Vegas - Pavilion 10
- Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) Renewal Units (RUs): Max RUs: 1.50 CTS RUs: 1.50 CTS-D RUs: 1.50 CTS-I RUs: 1.50
- Website: Register to attend, space is limited
While Matrox encoders, such as Maevex 6150 and Mura IPX, support all the popular transport protocols for IP video streams, Matrox is collaborating and participating in great industrious initiatives, like SRT, to help the market deal with upgrading the performance, security, ease-of-use, and interoperability of performance video streams on large networks and over the cloud. Come by the Matrox booth to see multiple manufacturers’ products from the SRT Alliance working together using the SRT protocol.