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APPIAN ANNOUNCES THE PHOENIX RADEON™ Quad Display Card
APPIAN ANNOUNCES THE PHOENIX RADEON™ QD
Appian innovation and industry alliances provide professional markets with superior DVI-I or analog performance in a low profile, four-display solution
REDMOND, Wash. – March 30, 2004 - Appian Graphics, the leading provider of professional multi-display solutions, announced today the PHOENIX RADEON™ QD, a high-performance four-monitor solution designed for low-profile computers in professional markets—including finance, medical, non-linear editing (NLE) and digital content creation.
"Appian has a proven track record of leading the market in quad-display solutions," said Jim Greenup, president of Appian Graphics. "The PHOENIX RADEON QD is the culmination of our experience with professional users and provides our customers with industry-leading performance in a highly reliable, low-profile quad-display solution."
Powered by two ATI MOBILITY™ RADEON 9000 mobility graphics controllers and 128MB DDR SDRAM, the PHOENIX RADEON QD provides individual monitor resolutions of 2048 x 1536 in analog mode and 1600 x 1200 in DVI-I mode across four displays. Flexible for current and future user requirements, the PHOENIX RADEON QD offers an integrated quad DVI-I output and ships with Molex DVI-to-analog adapters at no additional cost. This solution ships with ATI's CATALYST™ driver suite as well as ATI's HYDRAVISION™ multi-display software to provide users with unparalleled flexibility for configuring multiple display settings.
"The PHOENIX RADEON QD is the latest Appian product to benefit the multi-display market through our partnership with ATI," said Greenup. "The PHOENIX RADEON QD combines a decade's worth of multi-display expertise with the leading-edge performance and reliability of ATI technology. This winning combination provides our customers with unparalleled DVI performance to deliver pixel-perfect digital images of the highest quality."
Appian also announced today a technology alliance with Molex® Incorporated. The PHOENIX RADEON QD is the first Appian product to benefit from the alliance by incorporating Molex's dual stack Ultra+TM VHDCI (Very High Density Cable Interconnect) connector and shipping with Molex DVI-I cables and analog adapters. "The Molex Ultra+ VHDCI connector enables Appian to provide high-performance across four displays on a small footprint board," said Greenup. "We evaluated several alternatives and were extremely impressed with the durability and ruggedness of the Molex connectors."
Pricing and Availability
The Appian Phoenix is available now for a suggested retail price of $599.
About Appian Graphics
Founded in 1994, Appian Graphics is a leading provider of multi-display hardware and software solutions. Appian's focus on multi-display solutions enables the company to provide the most reliable multi-display hardware and software for use in financial services and other demanding professional applications. World-renowned technology leaders such as Dell, IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft offer Appian solutions to customers in professional markets. Additional information about the Redmond, Wash.-based company can be found on the World Wide Web at www.appian.com.
About Molex Incorporated
Molex Incorporated is a 65-year-old global manufacturer of electronic, electrical and fiber optic interconnection systems. Based in Lisle, Illinois, USA, the company operates 55 manufacturing facilities in 19 countries. The Molex Website address is www.molex.com.
retail price ~€699
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