New Beacon Medical Video Manager multiviewer supports up to 20 selectable channels on a 4K display
Montreal, Canada — November 19, 2020 — Matrox® Video is pleased to announce that Shenzhen Beacon Display Technology Co., Ltd. has incorporated Matrox core technologies to help power its new state-of-the-art multiviewer.
Built to help complement Beacon’s endoscopy and digital subtraction angiography (DSA) display product line, the high-density multiviewer offers up to 20 available video input channels, with support for up to eight simultaneous inputs across a 4K (4096×2160 or 3840×2160) surgical display.
Complete picture, optimal results
Launched at the recent 2020 China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF), the MVM multiviewer allows users to create more than 32 customized layouts, as well as duplicate, scale, and crop channels with extremely low input-to-output latency depending on the application. Moreover, it offers users to control up to eight source devices via KVM connection, and provides both local and web GUI options for a high degree of flexibility. Beacon’s solution helps to facilitate collaboration and enhance decision-making in the operation room.
Matrox technology for medical solutions
Matrox Video provides intellectual property licensing, chips, modules, sub-assemblies, cards, software, and developer tools for medical equipment manufacturers. Featuring best-of-class capture, encoding, streaming, recording, extension, switching, video processing, decoding, transcoding, and display, Matrox Video can help support designers to achieve their design goals.
“Beacon was able to balance performance density per watt of power, quality, and features with the help of Matrox Video,” said Spencer Wang, product manager at Shenzhen Beacon Display Technology Co., Ltd. “At CMEF, the Medical Video Manager multiviewer’s density and versatility pleased Beacon partners and customers and stood out amongst peers.”
“Matrox Video is proud to support Beacon’s mission to provide its partners and customers with the best viewing experience in operating rooms,” said Samuel Recine, VP of sales – AV/IT Group; Americas & Asia Pacific, Matrox Video.
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