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QUIXANT – ICE PREVIEW


World-leading Quixant gaming proposition set to excel at ICE 2019


Quixant brings its ‘uniquely versatile’ portfolio to wow the industry. A must-visit, see stand N1-520 for more


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ith an unrivalled reputation within industry circles, ICE has evolved into a true staple of the global gaming sector. As the universally preferred event for the unveiling of new technological concepts,


visitors from all corners of the globe will descend on ExCeL London in February to sample the truly groundbreaking developments on show. The market leader in outsourced PC-based gaming


hardware, associated proprietary software, and cutting-edge display solutions, Quixant will bring their uniquely versatile portfolio to ICE for the fourteenth time in 2019. An evolving ethos, which has progressed significantly since the rise to global prominence as a pioneering control board manufacture, now focuses equally on both unparalleled product quality and the long-term benefits that differentiate Quixant from its competition. This combination is encapsulated within the company’s Gaming Ecosystem, which will take centre stage in London. QxVDR, a highly effective video decoding and rendering


tool available to Quixant platform users, has been attracting great interest from both user-friendliness and financial perspectives. In tandem with this are QxATS, a unique tracing system, QxLED, introducing next-level light control and interactivity to the market, and QxBoot, which greatly reduces booting time and thus optimizes machine profitability. There are many other strings to the Gaming Ecosystem’s bow, including free SAS 6.02 support for licensed customers, guaranteed product lifecycles, and comprehensive regulatory compliance. Naturally, there will also be strong focus on the product side, all of which is fully underpinned by the Ecosystem. The QXi-7000 and QMax-2 multi-screen 4K UHD platforms,


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powered by AMD’s Ryzen Embedded APUs, stand at the pinnacle of Quixant’s control board range and offer processing performance on an unprecedented scale. Alongside these – amongst others – are the QXi-6000, a globally popular three-screen solution with Windows 7 support and an innovative fan-less footprint, and QXi-400, the highest-powered two-screen controller on the market. Over the past three years, Quixant have continued to


develop their expertise as a designer and manufacturer of class-leading gaming displays and digital button decks. With a rapidly rising standing in this field, ICE 2019 will see the UK launch of the 27” “floating” monitor line – a stylish, contemporary range that enables EGM manufacturers to catch the player’s eye more than ever. Complimented by bespoke button deck offerings which have been recently designed-in by major industry players, visitors to ICE can witness first-hand Quixant’s increasing versatility as a one-stop gaming provider. John Malin, Global Sales Director of Quixant, comments:


“We’re very proud of the strides we have made as a go-to gaming supplier. From our basis as a hardware manufacturer, we have added a display division which is currently experiencing remarkable growth, and invested significant amounts in achieving – through our Gaming Ecosystem – what is arguably our fundamental objective: optimal profitability for all our customers. We very much look forward to sharing our achievements with both existing customers, and those new to Quixant, at ICE 2019.”


To set up a meeting for ICE 2019, please email sales@quixant.com


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