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Long time PC enthusiasts that were around in the early days of 3D acceleration, when products from 3Dfx, S3, and ATI were all the rage, will no doubt be familiar with Matrox. Back in the early days 3D accelerated PC gaming, Matrox was well known for having some of the best 2D cards (which were often paired to 3Dfx Voodoo cards, which handled 3D workloads). Later, Matrox introduced some interesting contenders in the 3D accelerator space as well. Matrox’s long, storied line-up of graphics cards include legends like the Matrox Mystique, G200, G400 MAX, and the Parhelia, which was one of the first graphics cards to accelerate 3D games across multiple displays.

Eventually, NVIDIA and AMD (after acquiring ATI) ended up dominating what became today’s GPU market, and tertiary players like Matrox couldn’t keep up. Matrox, however, pivoted somewhat and leveraged their display expertise to entrench the company into specialized markets, like display walls and medical imaging to name a few, with product purpose-built for their respective user base. Through it all, Matrox used its own graphics chips, but today the company announced a new partnership with NVIDIA for the development of a new range of multi-display embedded graphics cards purpose-built for high-density video walls.

“Matrox is thrilled to work alongside NVIDIA, the leader in GPU computing, to bring to market a new standard of high-density video walls,” said David Chiappini, executive vice president of research and development at Matrox. “This collaboration is yet another example of our commitment to expanding our video wall portfolio while customers continue to benefit from our graphics expertise, world-class engineering, dedicated technical support, and long product life cycles.”

The new range of cards will feature ingle-slot form factors, and leverage custom NVIDIA Quadro embedded GPUs designed for commercial and 24/7 critical environments. The cards will support up to four synchronized 4K displays per card, though multiple cards can be used to drive up to 16 displays from a single system.

Pricing and availability wasn’t mentioned, but the card will work with Matrox’s PowerDesk software for easy management of the display configurations and video wall setup.

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I am a freelance writer, co-founder and Principal Analyst at HTVA, and the longtime Managing Editor at HotHardware.com. My work has been published worldwide, in a number

I am a freelance writer, co-founder and Principal Analyst at HTVA, and the longtime Managing Editor at HotHardware.com. My work has been published worldwide, in a number of educational, PC, and technology-related print and web publications. I have been a computing and technology enthusiast since my early childhood. Before being exposed to the Commodore P.E.T. and later the C64 decades ago, I was interested in electricity and electronics, and still have the modified AFX cars and shop-worn soldering irons to prove it. Once I got my hands on my first Commodore 64, however, computing became my passion. Throughout my academic and professional lives, I have explored virtually every major platform from the TRS-80 and Amiga, to today's high-end, multi-core servers. Over the years, I have worked in many fields related to technology and computing, including system design, assembly and sales, quality assurance testing, and technical writing.

I also serve as a Principal Analyst for HotTech Vision And Analysis, and like all technology analyst firms, HTVA provides paid services, research, and consulting to many semiconductor manufacturers, engineering firms, and system ODMs/OEMs. Some of the companies mentioned in this article may be clients of HTVA.

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