Trade shows & events

Matrox at Mediatech Africa

Fri, 14 Jul 2017 14:26

Matrox® Graphics, a global manufacturer of innovative video wall, encoding, and KVM products, will be featured as key components of both the Visiology and Peripheral Vision stands at Mediatech Africa 2017 being held in Johannesburg, from 19 to 21 July.

At the Visiology stand (D52), a combination of Matrox’s C680 six-output 4K graphics cards and Mura IPX capture, encode, decode, and display cards will power an IP- enabled video wall system, all controlled by the Visiology PolyWall video wall and information display software.

Supporting multiple displays and simultaneous user connections, the PolyWall software offers an intuitive platform for video wall control and collaboration, fully capable from a browser based platform.

“Our customers are looking for control of video walls that fit their needs, not video walls that limit their options,” said Ivan Vakhmyanin, CEO of Visiology. “We are pleased to offer our partners an extended variety of hardware solutions. Matrox products provide a reliable and flexible platform that gives video wall users the option to capture, encode, decode and display diverse sources across the wall canvas of their choice.”

“Based on our long-lasting experience with Matrox, we look forward to bringing their latest technology into our projects and offer our customer new solutions” added Elena Novikova, CEO of Polymedia, owner of Visiology.

Nearby, Matrox will also be represented by local reseller Peripheral Vision at stand D41. Featuring the H.264 based Maevex AV-over-IP and Matrox powered video wall products, Peripheral Vision will be showcasing solutions for complex business problems.

“Peripheral Vision is proud to showcase an innovative, full 4K AV over IP solution from Matrox,” said Fred van der Merwe, operations manager with Peripheral Vision. “The demo will show how effortlessly high-quality 4K and full HD images can be encoded and displayed, and the ease with which these images can be processed for use across a multitude of video wall applications.”