Matrox Graphics Inc., the leading manufacturer of specialized graphics solutions, today announced that Quest International, a leading provider of diagnostic, medical imaging displays, is now shipping Matrox Xenia™ Series display controller boards. The Matrox Medical Perspectives interview with Quest International released today identifies Xenia's single slot design, triple monitor support, intuitive installation, and cost-of-ownership as key benefits for the medical imaging industry.
Quest International, a leading sales, service, engineering, and re-manufacturing organization for high-tech computer based equipment, has been long powering Totoku and NEC medical displays with Matrox MED, RAD, and Aurora Series display controller solutions for the radiology market. More recently, Quest incorporated AlphaView® displays into their product line, deploying them with the latest Matrox Xenia Series boards to drive advanced medical imaging workstations that can feature one 4MP color AlphaView AVC4 and two 5MP grayscale AlphaView AVC5 monitors from a single system. Xenia display controller boards are flexible solutions that support a broad range of grayscale and color display models, in a variety of configurations.
"We consider Xenia to be a problem solver since it only uses a single slot and there may only be one graphic slot available in the workstation," says Bill Greenblatt, Vice President of Sales, Quest International, Inc. "It is also less expensive than two MED boards, or a MED and a RAD, which could be needed for a triple monitor configuration. That is certainly a plus in this economy."
Xenia Series is a flexible and expandable solution, that provides medical imaging developers and integrators looking for leading edge technology the development potential for increasing hardware-accelerated performance via hardware LUTs, multiple hardware window IDs, and additional hardware features.
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Matrox Medical Perspectives with Quest International.
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About Quest International, Inc.
Established in 1982 and ISO 9001:2008 Registered, Quest International, Inc. sells and repairs all manufacturers' medical imaging peripherals including, LCDs, CRTs, VCRs, printers and workstations. Quest is the North American, Master Distributor and Authorized Repair Center for Totoku medical displays, AlphaView LCD® medical displays and a Value-Added Reseller of the full-line of NEC medical and large-screen displays.
Quest is a leading provider of in and out-of-warranty service of IT infrastructure hardware/software from all industry-leading OEMs. As specialists in IT Infrastructure Support Services, Quest is dedicated to providing vendor neutral product and service support of business IT Infrastructures in any environment. Through on-site, depot and remote service offerings, Quest is able to provide enterprise-wide service for daily computing environments, to mission-critical datacenter and storage facilities. Quest is an Authorized HP Partner for the full-line of Hewlett Packard computing solutions and an Authorized Reseller of Qualstar Automated Tape Libraries and Nexsan Disk Storage Systems.
For more information, visit Quest International or call Bill Greenblatt directly at (800) 231-6777 x61.
About Matrox Medical Imaging Solutions
Matrox (matrox.com) display controller boards for medical imaging offer a wide range of display output options, resolution capabilities, and features to suit the demanding needs of medical imaging professionals. Matrox Xenia is the first native PCI Express board with all-digital triple-monitor support in a single-slot and the built-in flexibility to drive practically any known medical or non-medical display configuration.
Designed for use with a broad range of 8- or 10-bit grayscale and/or color displays in a variety of configurations, Matrox Xenia Pro includes 1,024 MB of on-board RAM, supporting growing image volume requirements and display resolutions from less than 1MP to as high as 8MP. With new technology to ensure optimum calibration (including Matrox DLC™ and 8/10/13-bit gamma tables), plus additional development potential for increasing hardware-accelerated performance via hardware LUTs and multiple hardware window IDs, Xenia is an expandable solution and a solid investment for medical imaging facilities.
For more information, visit Matrox Xenia display controller boards or contact Matrox Graphics directly.