- Matrox to Showcase an Integrated Visualization Environment for Military Simulation and Training Operations at ITEC 2013
2013/05/16 – Matrox KVM extension, video distribution over IP, video wall controller board, and multi-monitor adapter technologies combine to drive multiple networked platforms across the entire training facility
- Matrox Maevex Demonstration at InfoComm 2013 to Focus on Video over IP Decoding Quality
2013/05/15 – Visitors can expect to see superb video quality at low bandwidth as they interactively adjust bandwidth usage from 100Kb/s to 25Mb/s using Matrox PowerStream software
- APCON Launches Technology Partner Program to Support Interoperability of Network Monitoring Tools, Complementary Technology and Switches
- Matrox at InfoComm 2013 — Product Preview
2013/04/25 – New additions to all Matrox product lines to be highlighted including video streaming and recording appliances, multiviewers, video wall controller boards, video distribution over IP solutions and KVM extenders
- In-Store Entertainment Provider PlayNetwork Unveils Extravagant 30-Monitor Matrox-Powered Video Wall as Main Attraction of London Lingerie Store
2013/04/23 – Mura MPX Series controller boards drive digital signage across two video walls including eight meter-high installation for enhanced shopping experience
Product Spotlight: Matrox DualHead2Go Digital ME
Matrox DualHead2Go adapter broadens your monitor horizonsTUAW
By Michael Rose
April 9, 2013
"If your widescreen ambitions can't be contained by a mere 1920x1080 HD screenscape, the fine folks at Matrox have a solution for you. The DualHead2Go Digital Mac Edition (ME) display adapter, priced around US$160, is built and marketed specifically for the Thunderbolt and DisplayPort-enabled Mac models."
"Like the rest of Matrox's line, the DualHead's pro-style design would be perfectly at home in a video editing workstation or studio. The unit, about the size of a pack of cards, sports two DVI-D ports on the back to connect your two displays for pairing. The aluminum case features cheesegrater-style ventilation holes that match nicely with the look of the aging Mac Pro desktop."
"The responsiveness of the big screen was surprisingly good. Matrox's hardware doesn't do any hefty graphics processing of its own; rather, it presents the large virtual display resolution to the onboard GPU and lets the graphics chip in the Mac do the heavy lifting of drawing on that big canvas. On the Retina MBP, I didn't notice any dragging or slow performance onscreen, even with several QuickTime movies playing at once."