Matrox Imaging has released Matrox GevIQ, a smart network interface card (NIC) with generic GigE Vision® acquisition offload at speeds up to 25 Gbps per port through onboard packet processing. The board is equipped with two 25 GbE ports. Multiple 1, 2.5, 5, or 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) cameras can be aggregated at each port for a total of up to 32 input sources. Support of a standard SFP28 connector allows users to select from standard direct attach copper (DAC) or fiber-optic Ethernet cables. Matrox GevIQ boards pair with Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) X software and include both Matrox Gecho—a logging utility that records events generated by the Matrox GevIQ device driver and saves these to a JSON or CSV file for viewing in Google Perfetto—and Matrox Capture Works, a utility that allows users to rapidly evaluate the performance and functionality of virtually any GigE Vision-compliant camera or 3D sensor.
To Learn More:
Contact: Matrox Imaging
Headquarters: Dorval, QC, Canada
Product: Matrox GevIQ
Key Features: Data acquisition of up to 25 Gbps per port, Up to 32 input sources, Compatible with direct attach copper (DAC) or fiber-optic Ethernet cables
What Matrox Imaging says:
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