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Vector 3 VECTORBOX based on Next Generation Matrox DSX Platform

Matrox VITE : 09 September, 2004  (New Product)
Matrox Video Products Group today announced that Vector 3 has adopted the Matrox DSX platform for it new VECTORBOX range of playout systems. VECTORBOX systems provide everything a channel needs to go digital including master control room automation, graphics, and a built-in video server - all from 4 rack units. Key features include tapeless workflow with all brands of DV based NLE, multi-compression codecs including IMX, and support for scheduling, telephone voting/SMS, newsroom and other external systems.
Matrox Video Products Group today announced that Vector 3 has adopted the Matrox DSX platform for it new VECTORBOX range of playout systems. VECTORBOX systems provide everything a channel needs to go digital including master control room automation, graphics, and a built-in video server - all from 4 rack units. Key features include tapeless workflow with all brands of DV based NLE, multi-compression codecs including IMX, and support for scheduling, telephone voting/SMS, newsroom and other external systems.

'We have developed with the Matrox DSX platform because we see Matrox as being a key player in bringing innovative hardware and software technologies to the broadcast industry,' said Roman Ceano, Vector 3 general manager. 'This year's IBC will demonstrate that proprietary video storage systems are no longer the ideal way to build broadcast-quality video equipment. Computer-based technologies, as epitomized by the Matrox DSX platforms, provide more cost-effective and flexible solutions.'
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