Matrox® Graphics celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Matrox G200 graphics chip that was developed for 2D, 3D and video acceleration. Matrox says the G200 has powered a number of industry-first graphics and multi-monitor-based product lines that delivered image quality across one or more displays. Today, G200 is an integrated graphics solution for baseboard management controllers used in servers worldwide.
Matrox says it established the precedent for image quality on analog cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors, becoming the benchmark behind several innovations including:
• MGA-G200: Graphics chip for accelerating real-world 3D applications ranging from entry-level to mid-range CAD (computer-aided design) packages to industrial software to next-generation 3D games. • Millennium G200: First quad-monitor graphics card for high-performance corporate, government and industrial applications. • Mystique G200: Leading add-in board with display plus television support for small office and home entertainment setups. • Marvel G200: Multi-functional add-in card with display, video capture I/O (input/output) and television input functionality for non-linear editing systems. • G200 IP licensing: IP cores and drivers delivering reliability and performance in servers, video appliances and mobile internet devices.