At stand 5D500 in Barcelona, Matrox Video showcases a comprehensive selection of products designed for IP-based control rooms and live production environments. Matrox Video stands among the global leaders in AVoIP solutions. The company’s product portfolio offers a wide range of solutions for all applications, starting from IP-based control rooms built around Matrox Video encoders and decoders, as well as IP KVM extension and switching solutions, and video wall controllers. All of these contribute to providing users with seamless and uninterrupted collaboration over IP.
At the Matrox Video booth, visitors can witness these products in action, featuring a video wall and an operator workspace managed by Matrox Video solutions.
Let’s briefly explore these offerings, starting with the Extio3 family, IP KVM extenders, and the USB keyboard/mouse switches, KMLync. These enhance operator efficiency by enabling remote monitoring and control of systems in a multi-monitor workspace with up to four 4K displays or 16 full-HD displays. In essence, Extio 3 is a secure and scalable IP KVM matrix system that operates at very low bit rates over Gigabit Ethernet LAN, WAN, and the Internet.
The Maevex 6100 and 7100 series of encoder/decoders, on the other hand, provide high-quality (H.264/H.265) low-latency live streaming and recording, suitable for collaborative applications. The data streams captured by Maevex products can be displayed on a Matrox LUMA Pro-based video wall. LUMA Pro is a series of graphics cards utilizing Intel Arc GPUs to create versatile IP-based videowall systems with H.264/H.265 decoding. LUMA Pro supports up to two DisplayPort 2.1 8Kp60 monitors, two 5Kp120 monitors, or four 5Kp60 monitors, and users can combine the cards for a high-density videowall with synchronized output for up to 16 5Kp60 displays. Featuring advanced GPU-based media codec engines and supported by Matrox Mura software libraries, these cards allow the decoding and display of over 40 full-HD streams per card. A new PCI Express quad HDMI capture card designed for video walls requiring high-density HDMI streams up to 4Kp60 was also introduced at the ISE 2024 stand.
Finally, dedicated demos for ConvertIP showcased the new daisy-chain feature, reducing installation costs and increasing network efficiency. In environments such as stadiums, arenas, airports, transportation hubs, and various digital signage applications, ConvertIP’s daisy-chain connection enables the efficient and cost-effective distribution of multiple content streams.
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