Matrox® Imaging has announced a series of updates to the Matrox Supersight Solo high performance computing (HPC) platform, notably a new system host board (SHB) that improves computing performance. Matrox Supersight Solo was designed to simplify system configuration, allowing OEMs and integrators to use Matrox frame grabbers in a validated PC from a single vendor.
“In keeping with Matrox Imaging’s commitment to assured quality and longevity, updates to the Matrox Supersight Solo — and updates to all our hardware — are made with careful selection of components to ensure consistent long-term availability,” says Fabio Perelli, product manager. “We consistently strive to offer flexible environments that support product selection from Matrox offerings as well as third-party products.”
Within this lifecycle-managed platform, components are judiciously selected to ensure consistent long-term availability, so that OEMs can maximize return on original investment while delivering continuous product offerings. Designed to deliver image-acquisition flexibility and exceptional performance, the Matrox 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. OEMs and developers thus have the liberty to use any 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—all within a robust, flexible platform.Matrox Supersight Solo features a new chassis to optimize compute density, with space for up to 13 full-length, full-height PCIe® 2.0 boards to suit a wide range of image-acquisition requirements.
Matrox Supersight Solo is fully supported by Matrox Imaging Library (MIL), an established collection of software tools for developing industrial imaging applications that helps developers deliver a complete solution in a timely manner.
Matrox Supersight Solo will be available at the end of Q2 2018.