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Multiple users can simultaneously capture, process and share large media files between work stations, servers, back-up and archival systems. It also eliminates the need to maintain local file copies, doing away with file synchronization and sharing issues.
There are, of course, challenges in storing and displaying such high-end graphics as required by military simulations.
"The primary challenge in storing and displaying high-end graphics is bandwidth," says Electrosonic's Johnson. "Computer graphic inputs such as UXGA (ultra extended graphics array) would require data connections with over two gigabits per second captured uncompressed. VN-MATRIX compresses computer graphic imagery allowing high-res imagery to be distributed across LAN and WAN connections ranging from 10Mbps to 1Gbps."