Shuttle Computer Integrates Matrox Graphics Card To Drive 3x3 HD Monitor Walls

More TV studios are integrating small monitor walls as a flexible backdrop for news sets. To meet this demand, Shuttle Computer, makers of small form computers, and Matriox Graphics have teamed up to offer a solution that can drive up to nine HD monitors simultaneously.

Shuttle Computer has integrated the Matrox C900 multi-display graphics card into the Shuttle XPC cube R81710M mini PC system. The new single-slot Matrox C900 card, the first to drive nine 1920 x 1200 displays at 60 Hz, is now available in a Shuttle XPC.

Shuttle’s XPC cube series is only a fraction of the size of a normal tower PC, but delivers the same performance with high durability and strong expandability. By using the C900, system integrators benefit from simpler installation, lower power consumption and a lower cost of ownership.

The latest flagship R81710M supports the sixth generation of Intel Core processors, 64 GB of DDR4 memory, four drives and provides a host of connectors in addition to PCI-E x16, PCI-E x4, M.2, and Mini PCIe interfaces that can be used for the single-slot Matrox C900 graphics card to drive video walls, file servers, network video recorders and other scenarios.

“This specialized system will enable our customers to easily build 3x3 video walls for a wide range of control room needs,” said Caroline Injoyan, business development manager at Matrox Graphics. 
All complete systems (with Windows) built by Shuttle Germany are backed by a 2-year free of charge pick-up and return service, plus a toll-free hotline service.

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