Matrox Unveils X.mio5 Q25 2110 Network Card With 4K, Video Processing and HDR
Matrox has announced Matrox X.mio5 Q25, a SMPTE ST 2110 network interface controller (NIC) card with multi-channel video I/O supporting HD to 4K, with zero CPU utilization.
Equipped with 10GbE and 25Gbe interfaces, the Matrox X.mio5 Q25 features on-board multi-channel HDR conversions along with motion adaptive de-interlacing, scaling, and powerful compositing engines for high-density 4K video processing. The card enables OEMs to build and deploy the IP-based broadcast graphics systems, channel-in-a-box platforms, and capture/playout video servers designed for today’s HD and emerging 4K/UHD workflows.
Designed as a video-aware COTS SMPTE ST 2110 NIC card, X.mio5 Q25 delivers 24/7 reliability and interoperability required of broadcast equipment, while offering the flexibility and scalability expected of IP infrastructures including standard network stack functionality.
With support for four SFP28 transceivers, X.mio5 Q25 allows for PC-based platforms to receive and transmit four 4K/UHDp60, 16 1080p60, 32 HD, or any equivalent combination of flows over 25GbE.
X.mio25 Q25 also includes high-quality on-board video processing to offload CPU and GPU resources. The X.mio5 Q25 card is furthermore supported by the robust, field-proven Matrox DSX SDK, ensuring rapid application development and system deployment.
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