Boundless Technologies Offers ADDS 6700 Thin Client with Matrox EpicA

Matrox Graphics Inc., the leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professionals, and Boundless Technologies, a leading provider of thin clients, announced the availability of Matrox EpicA graphics cards and EpicA software with Boundless Technologies’ ADDS 6700 thin client. With this combined offering, users benefit from significant productivity gains associated with the effective use of more screen real estate.

“The challenge of bringing flexible multi-display support to a thin client is two fold: first, the add-in device must be low power and passively cooled. Second, the behavior of windows management on a remote multi-monitor desktop needs to mirror the experience of using a traditional, local multi-monitor desktop,” says Mohamed Jivraj, Product Manager, Matrox Graphics Inc. “With Matrox EpicA embedded, the ADDS 6700 gives users a secure and reliable thin client platform with rich multi-monitor and windows management options.”

“We are very pleased to be partnering with Matrox Graphics, a partner who understands display technologies and the requirements of the financial and commodity markets,” says John D. Ryan, COO of Boundless Technologies. “This partnership will allow Boundless to provide customers a multi-video desktop that consumes less than one-tenth the power of an equivalent PC desktop and boasts the industry’s best desktop management software.”

Matrox EpicA features dedicated hardware that includes DualHead (EpicA TC2 and EpicA TC2-Lite) and QuadHead (EpicA TC4) graphics cards. Key attributes include low power consumption, support for high resolutions with digital or analog displays, widescreen resolutions, and pivot* or rotation capabilities.

Matrox EpicA also constitutes software that enriches large remote desktops. Matrox EpicA restores multi-display awareness to help manage application window behavior, while Matrox PowerSpace EpicA provides virtual desktop workspaces to better organize application access and deployment. Both applications are essential to capitalizing on the benefits of using multiple monitors.

Boundless Technologies ADDS 6700 thin client provides customers with a powerful, cost effective and secure alternative to desktop personal computers. The ADDS 6700 thin client supports a wide range of display configurations, comprised of two to six displays.

Additional Information
For more information on purchasing Boundless Technologies products with integrated Matrox EpicA graphics cards, call 1-800-231-5445 (option 3).

About Matrox Graphics Inc.
Matrox Graphics is a leading manufacturer of specialized graphics solutions for professional markets such as finance, digital media, medical imaging, industrial, and enterprise computing. In-house design expertise, top-to-bottom manufacturing, and dedicated customer support make our solutions the premier choice in industries that require stable, high-reliability products. Fortune 1000 companies rely on our multi-display solutions- dual, quad, and beyond-to increase productivity and improve decision-making by enabling them to see more and do more. Founded in 1976, Matrox is a privately held company headquartered in Montreal, Canada, with representation and offices in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.

About Boundless Technologies
Boundless Technologies is a market leader in the design and manufacture of custom desktop terminals for the rapid collection and display of information from networked computers, the internet/intranet, legacy and UNIX applications markets. Our design goal is to provide secure, reliable and fast access and display of information to all users. We owe much of our success to a customer focus unique within the industry. Products are built to order enabling us to meet the specialized needs of customers around the world, while providing quick delivery of standard and customized products.

*Pivot mode support is available on EpicA TC2 and EpicA TC4 models only.

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