Mall of the Emirates installs 54-monitor video wall
Dubai, October 10, 2013
Mall of the Emirates, one of the largest in the Middle East, recently installed an immense 54-monitor digital signage video wall powered by Matrox Mura MPX Series controller boards.
Installed by Almoe AV Systems and integrated by a local distributor, the video wall comprises fifty-four 55" Samsung monitors to form an attention-grabbing installation with stunning visuals announcing activities and promotions in the 520-store mall, said a Matrox Graphics statement.
The combination of Mura MPX-4/2 and Mura MPX-4/0 boards that power the wall were installed in a Matrox-validated 4U system. The first PCI Express x16 Gen2 board class to cost-effectively integrate multiple HD inputs and outputs on the same board, Mura MPX eliminates the need for separate solutions with a multi-functional design facilitating video capture, signal conversion, switching, scaling, and display, said the statement.
Furthermore, Mura's universal input support and HDCP compliance enable administrators to showcase copy-protected content from a variety of sources including digital cable, satellite set-top boxes, video streamers, and the Blu-ray Disc™ player currently being used with the wall.
"Shoppers can't help but notice the video wall and enjoy all the massive, superior-quality visuals," said Gareth Armstrong, contracts manager for Almoe AV Systems. "Matrox Mura has provided the Mall of the Emirates with a huge boost to its digital signage as well as to the overall experience of going to the mall."
Matrox Graphics is a leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professional markets. - Reuters
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