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Optimization allows for 10-bit accelerated image manipulation for medical imaging market

Matrox VITE : 19 November, 2003  (New Product)
Matrox Graphics Inc.,today announced that Med.e.Com, a leading producer of medical imaging software applications, is optimizing its products, including the MedRadio software solution, for the Matrox MED Series of display controllers, using the Matrox Imaging Library software development toolkit. Med.e.Com's MedRadio software will be available at the end of 2003.
Matrox Graphics Inc.,today announced that Med.e.Com, a leading producer of medical imaging software applications, is optimizing its products, including the MedRadio software solution, for the Matrox MED Series of display controllers, using the Matrox Imaging Library software development toolkit. Med.e.Com's MedRadio software will be available at the end of 2003.

Capable of driving all types of displays, the Matrox MED Series of display controllers brings advanced functionality and flexibility to the medical imaging market, with extensive multi-monitor support, pristine image quality and rock-solid drivers. Ideal solutions for medical imaging professionals who demand the utmost in flexibility, quality and product features, Matrox MED Series display controllers now also support Open GL in grayscale modes, and continue to offer the widest range of color and grayscale, resolution and operating system support on the market. Used in conjunction with the MIL software development toolkit for image capture, processing, analysis, display and archiving, the Matrox MED Series provides radiologists with a fast and comprehensive solution, increasing productivity and accuracy in diagnosis.

'We were happy to join forces with Matrox to optimize our MedRadio software application for the Matrox MED Series boards, using the MIL software development toolkit, in our application,' says Michel Cozic, research and development manager, Med.e.Com. 'The resolution and multi-monitor support from the MED Series boards, coupled with the accelerated image manipulation and rendering benefits from the combination of the MED Series boards and the MIL toolkit, made our decision to optimize for these products an easy one.'

The Matrox MED Series of display controllers represents a top-to-bottom solution capable of a scope of display configurations for landscape and portrait modes ranging from two through five megapixels, such as the MED2mp-DVI, MED3mp-DVI, MED5mp-DVI and MED5mp, and includes a variety of color and grayscale models with analog and digital display support. Designed to meet the demanding needs of medical imaging professionals, the MED Series boards come equipped with Matrox's multi-monitor features, such as Multi-Pivot/Portrait, and the ultimate in visual quality and reliability.

'Supporting Med.e.Com in its effort to optimize its software application for our MED Series boards is paramount to successfully deploying a top-of-the-line medical imaging solution,' says George Rigas, medical product manager, Matrox Graphics Inc. 'The extensive multi-monitor support and accelerated image manipulation capabilities provide real-world productivity gains that medical imaging professionals will benefit from.'

Amongst its range of software applications, Med.e.Com is launching a new version of MedRadio, a dedicated workstation for digital radiology. This version includes new functionalities such as stitching, multi-screen display and specific filters for radiology and digital mammography. Stitching is a software-based technique enabling a full body image to be reconstituted from several different body images. The development of high-resolution diagnostic displays in multi-screen mode provides user with excellent working comfort as well as an optimal image quality for image/study comparison and diagnosis. MedRadio is also an easy-to-use software for viewing, processing and printing medical images on film and paper. MedRadio incorporates easy tools to annotate, measure, play in cine-loop and enhance images. MedRadio integrates in a DICOM network for communication inside a clinical environment. Available options include CD/DVD burning and archiving.
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