Matrox C-Series Powers Exxact Video Wall and Digital Signage Systems

Matrox C-Series Powers Exxact Video Wall and Digital Signage Systems

  • Exxact Corporation has chosen Matrox C-Series multi-display graphics cards as the heart of three new video wall and digital signage systems. One of the new systems, the Exxact MPX3000 with Matrox C680 inside, will be presented at InfoComm (Orlando, June 17–19) in the Matrox booth 4053. Additional Exxact systems will be featured in the Exxact booth 2987.
  • MPX3000 incorporates a Matrox C680 card to drive up to six displays from a single, short-depth 1U system. The Spectrum IXR416-0064N image generator features two Matrox C420 or two C680 cards to drive up to 12 displays from a single, quiet 4U rackmount system. Spectrum TXN003-0032N uses either a Matrox C420 or C680 to drive up to six displays or projectors from a single, small-form-factor system.
  • “Exxact’s choice of C-Series for these three new systems underscores the versatility of the C420 low-profile, quad-output card and the C680 single-slot, six-output card,” said Caroline Injoyan, business development manager, Matrox Graphics Inc. “They are ideal for the full range of business, industrial and government applications, including video management systems and small-scale display walls.”
  • Matrox C-Series cards feature 2 GB of on-board memory and secure mini DisplayPort connectivity. Matrox C680 supports up to six 4K/UHD displays. More displays can be supported by inserting two C680 cards into a system. The board-to-board framelock feature ensures synchronization of all displays to reduce tearing on digital signage and video walls. Matrox C420 is the fastest quad card with passive cooling for increased reliability and silent operation. The cards come bundled with Matrox PowerDesk for Windows desktop management software.
  • Matrox PowerDesk lets users easily configure and manage multi-display setups giving professionals a comprehensive set of tools to control a variety of display configurations including stretched or independent desktops, clone mode, pivot, bezel management, and edge overlap.