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Matrox support for ATEME H.264 and MPEG-4 encoders

Matrox Graphics : 18 November, 2008  (New Product)
Streaming technology for display walls from Matrox integrates with codec solutions from ATEME as a result of collaboration between the two companies
Matrox Graphics and ATEME have announced the successful integration of support for ATEME video encoders with Matrox Streaming Media Decoder (SMD), part of the Matrox Display Wall Controller family of products.

"At Matrox, we recognize ATEME as a key international provider of video solutions and services," comments Alain Thiffault, Business Development Manager, Matrox Graphics. "Working with them provides a strategic advantage as we develop new products for the security and surveillance industries."

Matrox Graphics has a long history of designing solutions for control rooms, traffic management, and large-scale visualization across display walls; combining best-of-breed graphics and media streaming products together for mission critical applications. ATEME is a world-leading provider of MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 video compression solutions.

"Integrators are looking for more intelligent, comprehensive solutions to manage their ever-increasingly complex video IP networks," said Jean Visconte, Vice President Marketing for Video Security at ATEME. "As a result, customers will now have the option to use ATEME encoders with display walls built using Matrox streaming media technology, ultimately giving them more choice for large-scale visualization installations."

Matrox is demonstrating its hardware-accelerated IP Video decoding technology from Nov. 16th - 20th at ITS World Congress 2008 in New York City, Booth #433.
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