Matrox Shows Encoders For The Enterprise At InfoComm

Matrox will be showing its complete range of IP-based products at the Pro-AV trade show including quad 4K enterprise encoders, remote recorder appliances, 4K capture/encode/decode and multiviewer cards, 4K IP KVM extenders and 4K/multi-HD webcasting encoders.

The Matrox Maevex 6120 and Matrox Maevex 6150 dual and quad 4K enterprise encoders allow for the simultaneous capture, streaming, and recording of multiple 4K inputs. These appliances can feed cloud-based servers to reach internet viewers—including new simplified webcasting to multiple cloud-based and social media sites—push many streams over LAN for audiences on-premises, and record to local or network storage for later editing and viewing, all concurrently. Maevex PowerStream Plus software and APIs are included.

Matrox Extio 3 IP KVM extenders will deliver exceptional 4Kp60 4:4:4, dual 4Kp30 4:4:4, and 2Kp60 4:4:4 performance over a standard 1 GbE network—at unprecedentedly low bitrates. Matrox is promising a new feature designed to “drastically increase” operational efficiency for users working on multiple source systems simultaneously. 

Matrox Monarch EDGE will be making its InfoComm debut. Featuring 3G/12G-SDI and 25 GbE SMPTE ST 2110 connectivity, as well as multi-protocol support—including RTMP, SRT, MPEG2. TS, and RTSP—this 4K/multi-HD webcasting and remote production (REMI) encoder delivers H.264 streams with resolutions up to 3840x2160p60 or quad 1920x1080p60 and profiles up to High 4:2:2.

Also at InfoComm: The Matrox Maevex 6020 Remote Recorder supports live streaming and recording to the Panopto video platform for education and business; Mura IPX video wall and multiviewer cards enable capture, encoding, decoding, and/or display capabilities with pixel-for-pixel or scaled-down representation of the display wall—over LAN and internet.

Matrox is also participating in the AIMS Pro AV Group to discuss the benefits of open standard approaches for the pro-AV and installed systems market. 

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