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Matrox gears up for new digital signage releases

29 Jan 2016

Canadian graphics hardware and software vendor Matrox is gearing up to showcase a range of digital signage offerings at this year’s Integrated Systems Europe, in Amsterdam next month.

While the company isn’t providing full details yet, it says it will unveil a new product at ISE 2016, which will power a three-by-three video wall, aimed at signage installations in retail, corporate, entertainment and hospitality environments.

The new offering will be combined with a Matrox Mura IPX 4K capture and IP decoded board in the same PC to show how easy it can be to stream IP sources, including IP cameras and Matrox Maevex-encoded sources, to display walls.

The content will be controlled and managed by Matrox’s MuraControl for Windows video wall management software.

The company will also be showcasing control room offerings and AV-over-IP, along with the Matrox Endea OEM reference platform.

The company offers a range of digital signage hardware and software graphics solutions, with a focus on the retail and restaurant, transportation and entertainment and hospitality markets.

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