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Rogan Delft software running on Matrox's Windows XP Professional 64-bit Edition driver

Matrox VITE : 31 May, 2006  (Company News)
Matrox Graphics Inc., today announced that Rogan Delft software is compatible with the new Matrox display drivers for Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition for Matrox medical imaging display controller boards including the Matrox MED, RAD, TheatreVUE and AuroraVX Series boards.
Matrox Graphics Inc., today announced that Rogan Delft software is compatible with the new Matrox display drivers for Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition for Matrox medical imaging display controller boards including the Matrox MED, RAD, TheatreVUE and AuroraVX Series boards.

'We are extremely happy to announce that our Rogan Delft Online XS PACS software is running with Matrox's new driver for Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition,' says Bart Hendriks, vice president, Rogan Delft. 'The availability of a 64-bit driver can enable our customers to benefit from increased memory, which will help them when dealing with large images and taxing applications.'

'Our new 64-bit drivers accommodate our entire line of display controller boards,' says George Rigas, business development manager, medical imaging, Matrox Graphics Inc. 'This new driver can help improve performance on all of our medical imaging display controller boards, by utilizing the available system memory for large amounts of image sequences and slices, enabling medical imaging professionals to perform demanding tasks on their 64-bit OS workstations.'

The processor architecture of the Windows XP Professional x64 Edition driver can run 64-bit applications along with most existing 32-bit applications, allowing users to make a gradual shift to 64-bit technology at their own pace, while preserving current investments in 32-bit applications. The 64-bit driver allows users to run memory- and calculation-intensive applications more efficiently. As market demand for the x64 Edition increases, applications that exploit this OS can use our products to deploy appropriate solutions.

For more information on Matrox's display drivers for Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, and Rogan Delft's software, RSNA 2005 attendees are invited to meet Matrox representatives at the RSNA show in Chicago, Illinois, in Matrox's booth: 5508, South Building, Hall A.
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