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|23rd February 2006, 13:23||#1|
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Matrox announces Extio F1400 - first remote graphics unit quad-display - passive cool
This innovative technology from Matrox provides a new physical layout for computer systems. With Matrox Extio™, the user interface of the computer – the keyboard, mouse, monitors, audio peripherals, and graphics hardware – are separated from the rest of the computer by up to 250 meters (820 feet) of fiber-optic cable. Designed for mission-critical environments, Extio F1400 has support for up to 4 digital or analog monitors at a time and passive (fanless) cooling. This product provides more integration, reliability, image quality, and distance than other extension technologies.
Matrox Extio is especially useful in environments where system security and graphics quality are paramount. With this product, the critical parts of the computer – like the disks, memory, and processors – can be kept away from the user station and in a separate, safe, secure room. This also saves space at the user station, removes a potentially noisy computer and, most importantly, allows system administrators to access and maintain the system at a separate location.
Matrox remote graphics unit (RGU) technology is ideal for a variety of mission-critical applications like computer-aided dispatch, security monitoring, and process control. With its unique combination of features, this product can help save time and money, and increase system security.
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