Matrox EpicA multi-display technology supports Fujitsu Siemens Computers
The EpicA TC2 dual-head graphics card and EpicA software suite are available as an upgrade option on the Fujitsu Siemens Computers FUTRO S400 thin clients and ESPRIMO C5910 ultra small form factor PCs. The FUTRO S400 is a small, but powerful thin client designed for thin computing. It offers embedded Linux (eLux NG) or Windows XP Embedded (XPe) operating systems with ICA / RDP protocol and terminal emulations. The ESPRIMO C5910 ultra small form factor PC presents the latest in chipset and processor technologies.
Enabling multiple screens on thin clients without the proper desktop management tools would be counter-productive," says Mohamed Jivraj, product manager, Matrox Graphics. "Users are often frustrated by dialog boxes that appear between monitor bezels, and program windows that maximize across all displays. With Matrox EpicA, users have access to multiple screens and the best software to manage program windows across all of them.
Matrox EpicA technology incorporates hardware that includes dual-head (EpicA TC2 and EpicA TC2-Lite) and quad-head (EpicA TC4) graphics cards. Key features include low power consumption, support for high-resolution digital or analog displays, and many wide-screen resolutions. Pivot* or rotation capability is also supported. The Matrox EpicA software suite comprises Matrox PowerDesk EpicA, which enables multi-display awareness for remote desktops, and Matrox PowerSpace EpicA, which provides multi-display virtual desktop workspaces. Matrox EpicA supports RDP and Citrix ICA clients on Windows platforms. On Linux platforms Linux ICA clients and rdesktop are supported.
For more information on purchasing Fujitsu Siemens products with integrated Matrox EpicA graphics cards email [email protected], 1-800-361-1408 (North America). For more information on Matrox EpicA hardware and software, click here.
About Matrox Graphics Inc.
Matrox Graphics Inc. is the leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professionals and has been delivering high-quality, innovative 2D/3D and video graphics accelerators for more than 30 years. Creator of the multi-display phenomenon, Matrox combines its proven graphics chip designs, reliable software development and dependable card manufacturing expertise to produce products that are reputed worldwide for their superior image quality, practical ingenuity and unwavering stability. Matrox Graphics designs and supports graphics solutions optimized for utility, empowering professionals to see more and do more. A privately held company headquartered in Montreal, Canada, Matrox has international offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Italy and Hong Kong.
*Pivot mode support is available on EpicA TC2 and EpicA TC4 models only.
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