News | November 15, 2007

Merge, EIZO and Matrox Partner to Provide 10-Bit Digital Mammography Workstations

November 16, 2007 – Eizo Nanao Corp. and Matrox Graphics Inc. today announced that Merge Healthcare will support 10-bit solutions from EIZO and Matrox.

Merge Mammo 7.1 has been developed using Matrox 10-bit MED Series display controller boards with EIZO RadiForce 10-bit medical displays in order to display images with up to 1,024 simultaneous levels of gray, providing medical professionals with a more complete picture for more accurate diagnoses.

This solution is designed to deliver a greater number of just noticeable differences (JNDs), capable of displaying up to 1,024 simultaneous shades of gray, providing radiologists with a clearer, more accurate image.

EIZO RadiForce’s specially designed range of 2, 3 and 5 megapixel 10-bit displays combined with Matrox 10-bit display controller boards provide clear and consistent image quality with 10-bit (1,024 tones) displayed simultaneously from a 13-bit look-up table (8,161 tones). Matrox MED Series 10-bit display controller boards support dual displays up to 5MP each in landscape and/or portrait modes, bringing advanced functionality and flexibility to the medical imaging market with pristine image quality and robust drivers.

For more information: www.mergehealthcare.com

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