News | September 18, 2007

NEC Display Solutions Europe GmbH Bundles New Mammography Displays with Matrox Controller Board

September 19, 2007 — Matrox Graphics Inc., a manufacturer of professional graphics solutions, announced that NEC Display Solutions Europe GmbH, is bundling the Matrox MED5mp 10-bit display controller boards with its new NEC MD205MG mammography display.

This latest bundle—which boasts a resolution of 2048x2560, and a pixel pitch value of 0.156 millimetres—takes advantage of the advanced visualization capabilities of both the NEC display and the Matrox MED5mp display controller board, and provides the ability to display even minute tissue formations.

With the 10-bit grayscale reproduction of the NEC MD205MG, NEC Display Solutions has produced an LCD screen for graduated presentation of grey tones with extraordinarily fine detail. The equipment is able to simultaneously reproduce up to 1,024 shades of gray from a palette of 3,061.

Matrox MED Series display controller boards, including the Matrox MED2mp, Matrox MED3mp, Matrox MED4mp and Matrox MED5mp, supports landscape and portrait modes, and brings advanced functionality and flexibility to the medical imaging market with extensive multi-monitor support, pristine image quality, and robust drivers.

For more information: www.nec-display-solutions.com and www.matrox.com/graphics/med

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