Inside the Matrox Graphics InfoComm 2017 Booth

Matrox premiered the Mura IPX line, the Extio 3, and the new Maevex 6100 line at InfoComm 2017. The company gave CI an in-depth tour of their booth.

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The Extio 3, a KVM system from Matrox which supports 4Kp60 video and USB 2.0, was on display at InfoComm 2017.

The product powers high resolution audio and video with digital and analog audio options over standard Ethernet with a very low bit rate, Matrox says.

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Caroline Injoyan, business development manager, says the Extio 3 makes it easy for integrators to scale up.

Add more systems, or more users to your setup – with a single Extio 3 you can extend a single 4Kp60 4:4:4 or 4 1080p video. We have a powerful encoding engine which provides excellent remote desktop performance. With our device manager software, it is very easy to connect and switch between systems on the network. So you are effectively creating a KVM matrix-switching environment using standard networking infrastructure.

Fadhl Al-Bayaty, product manager for Matrox, showed off the Mura IPX series of encoders and decoders. The encoder is a PCI express card focusing on display wall functionality. The Mura IPX encoder can decode, capture, and record content and takes data over the PCI express bus. Bayaty says this means no cabling hassles. The Mura IPX multiviewer is a standalone system, so it does not require a computer to function. It has 4 DP4 outputs on the card.

An AV-over-IP solution was also featured at the Matrox booth: the new Maevex 6100 card, built on H.264, is a plug-and-play solution which interoperates with most network devices.

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More from Matrox on the Maevex 6100 series:

Maevex 6100 is the first in the world to drive simultaneous quad 4K/UHD and Full HD capture, encode, stream, and record from a single PCIe card. Benefit from up to 4K/UHD 4:4:4 sub-sampling support plus H.264 capability for best-in-breed encoding—all using standard 1 Gigabit Ethernet networks.

Read more about Matrox on the company’s website.