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Matrox Imaging launches capture and display board for medical imaging

Matrox VITE : 28 November, 2005  (New Product)
The Matrox Vio SDI is a single platform for handling new high-definition or traditional video standards in Serial Digital Interface or analog form. Some of its key features include digital or analog video acquisition, low-latency digital and analog video outputs synchronized to the video input and graphics overlay composition. The Matrox Vio SDI uses a x4 PCI Express host interface, enabling it to stream high-definition video to the host PC for archiving or from the host PC for playback. Software development kits, available separately, provide support for Microsoft Windows XP and eventually Linux.
Today at this year's RSNA show in Chicago, Illinois, Matrox Imaging is announcing the Matrox Vio SDI, a versatile video capture and display board that delivers the superior quality and definition of state-of-the-art broadcast video to medical imaging. 'Traditional NTSC/PAL no longer meets the needs of many medical imaging applications,' explains Fabio Perelli, Product Manager at Matrox Imaging. 'The Matrox Vio SDI is the key for visible light modalities that want to take advantage of high-definition video technology.'

The Matrox Vio SDI is a single platform for handling new high-definition or traditional video standards in Serial Digital Interface or analog form. Some of its key features include digital or analog video acquisition, low-latency digital and analog video outputs synchronized to the video input and graphics overlay composition. The Matrox Vio SDI uses a x4 PCI Express host interface, enabling it to stream high-definition video to the host PC for archiving or from the host PC for playback. Software development kits, available separately, provide support for Microsoft Windows XP and eventually Linux.
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