Matrox Graphics announced today that three of its high-performance graphics solutions – a MURA MPX Series video wall controller board, an AVIO F120 KVM extender, and a TripleHead2Go Digital Edition external multi-display adapter – will drive a highly collaborative four-monitor, 2x2 setup for military training and simulation environments at ITEC 2012 in London. AVIO will deliver uncompressed flight simulation content on a remote TripleHead2Go Digital Edition-powered triple-display setup using fiber-optic cable. MURA will then capture the AVIO signals as inputs to display the remote desktop’s on-screen content across four Sharp 60”, professional ultra-slim-bezel LCD panels.
AVIO F120 KVM extenders enable the remote operation of a graphics-intensive, dual-display desktop without any dropped frames or latency up to 2 km away from a host system. Using multiple Avio transmitter/receiver pairs, a whole fleet of host systems can be centrally localised within a secure location, making it a viable solution within the military and other sectors requiring strict security standards. TripleHead2Go Digital Edition adapters meanwhile leverage a given system’s existing GPU, letting users add up to three external displays for a solid platform suitable for a variety of applications including combat simulators.
MURA input/output controller boards are compatible with MURA MPX-V8 and MPX-V16 analog capture cards, the MURA MPX-SDI video output board, and Matrox Streaming Media Decoder (SMD) Series 2 cards, providing system integrators with maximum I/O flexibility. Superior scalability enables anything from small-scale, single-board configurations for presentation and simulation systems for educational purposes to medium and large-scale multi-board systems for military command and control centers.
For more information about these and other breakthrough graphics solutions from Matrox, visit stand #L120 at ITEC 2012.
Combine multiple Mura MPX Series video wall controller boards in a
single chassis for high-density, scalable video wall solutions. (Graphic: Matrox)