News | November 14, 2007

Calibration Software Compatible with OR Solutions

November 15, 2007 - Matrox Graphics Inc. announced that the Matrox Equinox Series graphics extension unit and Onyx Series companion display controller board are now compatible with QUBYX PerfectLUM calibration solutions, reportedly providing hospitals with more options to equip their digital operating rooms.

Matrox Equinox plus Onyx Series combined with QUBYX PerfectLUM reportedly helps ensure that medical images are displayed accurately and consistently whether they are viewed in the planning room, control room, or in the OR. Matrox Equinox connects one or two high-resolution displays, keyboard, mouse and audio to a host PC that is electrically and magnetically isolated up to 250 meters (820 feet) away, enabling the distribution and routing of data, audio/video and imagery in the OR and other areas while removing the PC from this space. Matrox Onyx, a PCIe, single-slot, fanless companion display controller board to Matrox Equinox Series, reproduces the Equinox medical display and imaging capabilities onto displays next to the host PC, allowing OR staff to plan and monitor surgeries outside of the OR.

For more information: www.matrox.com/graphics and www.qubyx.com

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