Metson Matrox and NVIDIA Announce Cooperation in Collaboration to Develop Embedded Multiscreen Graphics

Are there any old birds that remember Matrox? Last September we reported that co-founder Lorne Trottier had announced the privatization of the company. This week, Matrox announced that it is working with NVIDIA to develop a multi-display embedded graphics solution for video walls. The company will support 7×24 video wall scenes based on a customized Quadro embedded GPU, the company said.

It is reported that the joint research graphics card can output 4 K video with 4 simultaneous, integrated multi-card can support up to 16 screens.

In addition, the new card supports HDCP content playback to make Matrox PowerDesk multi-screen configuration software, etc.

Finally, a brief review of the following, Meicheng is a company founded in Canada in 1976, was a major player in the field of unique, can be in the 3D game era step by step, and eventually turned to the niche video market. Currently, Matrox has three business units: Matrox Imaging, Matrox Graphics and Matrox Video. The main products include codec cards, frame capture, 2D/3D deep learning image software, multi-screen treasure and so on.

Metson Matrox and NVIDIA Announce Cooperation in Collaboration to Develop Embedded Multiscreen Graphics