Popular Computing Platform Boosts Performance Levels

Matrox Imaging has implemented a series of updates to the Matrox Supersight Solo high-performance computing (HPC) platform, starting with a new system host board that promises to improve computing performance. Designed to simplify system configuration, integrators can use an array of the company’s frame grabbers in a validated PC.

 

Supersight Solo supports image-acquisition boards for all major interfaces, including Camera Link, Camera Link HS, CoaXPress, DisplayPort, DVI, GigE Vision, HDMI, SDI, and analog. This allows Matrox frame grabbers to interface to any camera type, and utilize multi-core CPU, GPU, and FPGA technology for intensive image capture and processing tasks.

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The platform also features an upgraded chassis to optimize compute density. It provides a space for 13 full-length, full-height PCIe 2.0 boards. Also, Supersight Solo is supported by Matrox Imaging Library (MIL), an established collection of software tools for developing industrial imaging applications.

 

Matrox Supersight Solo will be available at the end of Q2 2018. For more details, visit the product page and also checkout the Supersight Solo datasheet.

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