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TMCNet:  Trenton Systems' Matrox Mura MPX Enabled Video Wall Controller Line Expands With Addition Of The New TVC4406

[January 16, 2013]

Trenton Systems' Matrox Mura MPX Enabled Video Wall Controller Line Expands With Addition Of The New TVC4406

Atlanta, Georgia, Jan 16, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- Trenton's new TVC4406 is our latest 4U, Matrox Mura MPX-enabled video wall controller. This integrated hardware system is currently validated with up to (4) Matrox Mura MPX boards, delivering up to (16) 1080p high-definition inputs across (16) 1080p high-definition outputs. The Trenton TVC4406 leverages each Mura's 64 Gbit/sec duplex data transfer rate to ensure flawless HD input captures for diverse display wall requirements. The TVC4406 is an ideal control solution for high-end video capture and display walls common in military command & control posts, facility security and surveillance centers and manufacturing process control rooms.

Advantages of the Trenton TVC4406 validated video controller: Validated with up to (4) Matrox Mura MPX fanless boards Delivers up to (16) 1080p high-definition inputs and (16) 1080p high-definition outputs HDCP compliant boards capture and display copy-protected content from digital cable or satellite set-top boxes, video streamers and Blu-ray Disc(TM) players Validated Matrox Mura MPX integrated solutions simplify display wall installations and technical support Fanless Matrox Mura MPX board-design reduces system noise and increases reliability "Trenton is excited to add this latest addition to our extensive line of Matrox Mura MPX-enabled video display wall controller solutions," said Michael Bowling, President of Trenton Systems. "Our mutual customers will appreciate the performance of the TVC4406 in their high-end capture and display applications and how this Matrox Graphics and Trenton Systems validated solution simplifies the installation of performance-driven video display walls." Matrox Graphics and Trenton Systems have a long history of delivering quality products and services to our mutual embedded computing and high-end video capture and display customers. Learn more about how our Matrox Graphics / Trenton Systems partnership program provides greater value to video display wall customers.

Web links for the products mentioned in this news release: TVC4406 video controller: Display wall solutions: Matrox Graphics / Trenton Systems partnership: Availability The Trenton TVC4406 video wall controller is now available. For more information, call (800) 875-6031 or (770) 287-3100.

About Trenton Systems Trenton is a designer and manufacturer of video controllers and rackmount computer system solutions as well as single board computers, system host boards, backplanes and motherboards used in high-performance, long-life computing applications. For more information about our company, or any Trenton product, call (800) 875-6031 or (770) 287-3100. Please visit our website at

About Matrox Graphics Inc.

Matrox Graphics is a leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professional markets. In-house design expertise, top-to-bottom manufacturing, and dedicated customer support make our solutions the premier choice in industries that require stable, high-reliability products. Founded in 1976, Matrox is a privately held company headquartered in Montreal, Canada, with representation and offices in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. For more information, visit or email

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