Are you ready to explore the latest in broadcasting technology? Join us at IBC 2023 from September 15-18 and get up-close and personal with our latest broadcasting technology that will be on display.
Stop by stand 7.B15 to get a hands-on demo and chat with our experts. You won’t want to miss our seminar “Live Production Unlimited: Making Time with Matrox ORIGIN” happening on September 15 at 2:00 pm in room G 106—a must-attend event for any broadcaster looking to keep up with the modern demands of the industry.
So come join us at IBC 2023 and be part of the future of broadcasting technology.
Asynchronous Media Framework
Matrox ORIGIN is a cloud-native asynchronous media framework that allows you to tap into the power of the cloud for live production in ways never done before. Broadcasters can now get better usage of their on-prem resources while offloading peak needs into the cloud. ORIGIN also enables Developers to build products that run equally well on a single host or on distributed systems on-prem or in the public cloud.
Matrox Monarch EDGE
Monach EDGE is a powerful encoder and decoder solution that brings together ultra-high definition 4K and genlock support with integrated tally and talkback. With H.264 encoding and decoding capabilities, this specialized remote production solution enables remote production without any compromise on quality, security or compatibility.
IPMX-ready ST 2110 Converters
Matrox Convert IP Series
Matrox ConvertIP is a standards-based IPMX-ready ST 2110 converter engineered to ease the transition to an ST 2110 environment by providing multiple input/output connectivity options for converting IP SMPTE ST 2110 signals between SDI or HDMI. ConvertIP devices also support compressed 4K over standard 1GbE networks.
Matrox Extio 3 Series of IP KVM extenders
Extio 3 IP KVMs extenders provide exceptional reliability, security, and performance while enabling IP KVM extension. Quickly scale your studio operation with minimal cost and complexity while using your existing infrastructure. This can facilitate workflows that span long distances without needing an entirely new KVM matrix system.