Matrox® is pleased to announce its agenda for Integrated Systems Europe 2020.
At stand #11-D120, Matrox will showcase its complete AV/IT portfolio, highlighting best-in-class capture, streaming, recording, extension, switching, decoding, display, and control for today’s most popular and demanding media-over-IP applications. Matrox will also demonstrate an industry-unique KVM multi-system control feature, as well as announce a major expansion to its world-class video wall portfolio. Rounding out the schedule are two must-see presentations: an AVIXA AV/IT FlashTrack session titled “The Next Phase of AV over IP,” on February 12 from 15:00-15:20 (stand #13-N110) and a Matrox AV/IT ecosystem overview, daily from 11-11:10 and 15:00-15:10 (stand #11-D120).
ISE attendees will get a first-hand look at Maevex and Monarch appliances streaming and recording high-quality, low-bitrate 4K and Full HD content for live event webcasting and lecture capture applications, as well as in several end-to-end platforms featuring new decode options. Maevex multi-4K encoders, Extio 3 IP KVM extenders, and Mura IPX capture and IP encode/decode cards will also combine to create a complete control room ecosystem to seamlessly share information between operators and a video wall, and between local and remote video walls over LAN and internet.
In addition to providing industry-leading 4Kp60 4:4:4, dual 4Kp30 4:4:4, and quad 1080p60 4:4:4 performance at unprecedentedly low bitrates, Extio 3’s new Aggregator Mode will enable the remote monitoring and control of a number of systems from a multi-display workspace with a single keyboard and mouse. At ISE, Matrox will also exhibit unprecedented video wall design flexibility with QuadHead2Go multi-monitor controllers, while revealing several new video wall innovations designed to power next-generation video walls.
Matrox executive vice president of research and development, David Chiappini, will explore how the next AV-over-IP narrative will shift away from topics like codecs, latency, and color-space-quality levels onto topics such as open standards, interoperable ecosystems across brands, and interoperable environments that fully converge data, communications, and performance media over IP.
Matrox’s Rob Moodey will also provide insight on the benefits of a truly interoperable, scalable, reliable, and proven AV/IT ecosystem featuring various Matrox technologies designed to seamlessly deliver AV content from any IP and baseband source to any endpoint and destination.