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Matrox C900 Cards Get Scala Approval

Matrox’s C900 nine-output graphics cards have gotten the seal of approval for use with Scala’s digital signage software, the company announced via a press release.
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MONTREAL—Matrox’s C900 nine-output graphics cards have gotten the seal of approval for use with Scala’s digital signage software, the company announced via a press release.

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The C900 is a single-slot PCI Express x16 graphics card that can drive nine displays at resolutions of up to 1920x1200 at 60 Hz per output. The cards are designed to power 3x3 or 9x1 video walls and can deliver applications across a single desktop. Two C900 cards can be combined to create 6x3 or 3x6 video walls from one system, with a board-to-board framelock feature for synchronization.

Scala is a provider of platforms that help create and manage digital signage—and other—experiences.

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