Navigation Links
Totoku Europe Chooses Matrox Xenia(TM) Series to Drive Medical Monitors
Date:10/8/2008

MONTREAL, Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Matrox Graphics Inc., the leading manufacturer of specialized graphics solutions, confirms that Totoku Europe will be shipping Matrox Xenia(TM) Series display controller boards with its ME/CCL medical LCD displays.

Matrox Xenia is the first native PCI Express single-slot board with all-digital, triple-monitor output and the flexibility to drive practically any display configuration. Xenia Series supports resolutions from <1MP to 8MP with up to 1GB of on-board memory, and features new technology to ensure optimum display calibration (via Matrox DLC(TM) and 8/10/13-bit gamma). With additional development potential for increasing hardware-accelerated performance via hardware LUTs and multiple window IDs, Xenia Series is a flexible and expandable solution for medical imaging professionals.

Backed by more than 30 years experience in display innovation, Totoku medical monitors deliver high resolution, high luminance, and ultra-crisp images. Medical professionals will have the opportunity to see Totoku+Xenia solutions at MEDICA'08 in the Rein MeDiSol / Totoku booth (Hall 15, #32)

"We are pleased to offer Xenia Series with Totoku displays to our partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa," says Dirk Cordt, general manager sales and marketing of Totoku Europe. "The combination of this high performance board with our actual range of Diagnostic Displays including 15MP and High Brightness Solutions will show remarkable overall performance. This was confirmed by all attendees at our recent International Partner meeting in Dusseldorf."

"Matrox's ability to design and deliver innovative display hardware for medical imaging professionals is a perfect match with Totoku," says George Rigas, business development manager for medical imaging, Matrox Graphics Inc.

About Totoku

Totoku Electric Co., Ltd., a world's leading provider of advanced display systems for medical, industrial and commercial applications. Totoku has a network of subsidiaries and distributors in the world offering its reliable and high-quality products as well as dependable services and support. Founded in 1940, Totoku is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and introduced its first medical LCD in 1999. For more information, visit http://www.totoku.eu.

About Matrox Graphics Inc.

Matrox Graphics is a leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professional markets. In-house design expertise, top-to-bottom manufacturing, and dedicated customer support make our solutions the premier choice in industries that require stable, high-reliability products. Founded in 1976, Matrox is a privately held company headquartered in Montreal, Canada, with representation and offices in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. For more information, visit http://www.matrox.com/graphics.
CONTACT:

Donna Wong

514-822-6319

dwong@matrox.com


'/>"/>
SOURCE Matrox Graphics Inc.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Related biology technology :

1. Former Scientific Director at Genomics Institute of Novartis Research Foundation Named President of Cell Therapeutics Europe
2. Pharmaxis Research Programs Highlighted at European Respiratory Society Congress
3. Kuvan Receives Positive Opinion From CHMP for European Approval
4. BioMS Medical to present at Sachs Associates Biotech in Europe Forum
5. Quark Pharmaceuticals Announces Poster Presentations at RNAi Europe 2008
6. CV Therapeutics Announces License Agreement for Ranexa(R) in Europe With Menarini Group
7. Trubion Pharmaceuticals Wins Patent Opposition - Genentech / Biogen Idec European Patent Revoked
8. ApoA-I Data Presented at European Society of Cardiology Congress
9. Vascular Biogenics Ltd. Presented With the Frost & Sullivan 2008 European Gene Expression Targeting Platform Technology Innovation Award
10. CV Therapeutics Receives European Approval for the Brand Name Ranexa(R)
11. Mergent, Inc. Announces Changes to the HealthShares(TM) European Drugs Index
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:6/23/2016)... June 23, 2016 A person commits a crime, ... scene to track the criminal down. An outbreak ... and Drug Administration (FDA) uses DNA evidence to track down ... Sound far-fetched? It,s not. The FDA has increasingly used ... investigations of foodborne illnesses. Put as simply as possible, whole ...
(Date:6/23/2016)... , June 23, 2016   EpiBiome , ... secured $1 million in debt financing from Silicon Valley ... up automation and to advance its drug development efforts, ... new facility. "SVB has been an incredible ... the services a traditional bank would provide," said Dr. ...
(Date:6/23/2016)... , June 23, 2016  Blueprint Bio, a company ... to the medical community, has closed its Series A ... Nunez . "We have received a commitment ... capital we need to meet our current goals," stated ... us the runway to complete validation on the current ...
(Date:6/23/2016)... ... June 23, 2016 , ... Velocity Products, a division of ... and optimized exclusively for Okuma CNC machining centers at The International Manufacturing Technology ... among several companies with expertise in toolholding, cutting tools, machining dynamics and distribution, ...
Breaking Biology Technology:
(Date:6/2/2016)... 2, 2016   The Weather Company , an IBM ... an industry-first capability in which consumers will be able to ... ask questions via voice or text and receive relevant information ... Marketers have long sought an advertising solution that ... be personal, relevant and valuable; and can scale across millions ...
(Date:5/24/2016)... care by providing unparalleled technology to leaders of the medical imaging industry.  As such, ... to the range of products distributed by Ampronix. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160524/371420 ... ... ... With ...
(Date:5/12/2016)... DALLAS , May 12, 2016 ... has just published the overview results from the Q1 ... of the recent wave was consumers, receptivity to a ... wearables data with a health insurance company. ... choose to share," says Michael LaColla , CEO ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):