Magenta Research Shows Integrated Digital Video Signal Switching and Extension System

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Magenta Research (Booth 3961) has introduced a full matrix, digital video switching platform. Both scalable and field upgradeable, the Infinea Opto Matryx boasts an unprecedented number of signal types per input and output. These include uncompressed 1080p/60 and 1920x1200 digital video, stereo audio, bidirectional RS-232 and USB. The unique USB switching and extension capability on every input and output— an industry first—enables a new wave of interactive digital signage applications by supporting Human Input Devices (HID) such as keyboards, mice and touchscreens.

The Opto Matryx’s configurable, building- block chassis design utilizes factory or field upgradeable I/O modules and Magenta’s patent-pending inter-frame cascading capability to enable matrix dimensions from 8x8 to 96x80. This scalable architecture delivers both flexibility and affordability by minimizing initial capital costs while ensuring future expansion capability.

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