Quixant the world leading designer and manufacturer of advanced gaming platforms for the casino and slot machine industry will be showcasing its range of all-in-one gaming platforms and monitors at Enada Rimini 2013 (Booth 01, Hall C5). The 40th anniversary of Enada exhibition takes place at Rimini exhibition centre and runs from 12th to 15th March 2013.
Visitors to Quixant's stand will have the opportunity to meet the team, including engineers from the Quixant Italia office, who would be delighted to showcase and discuss the product range, including the QXi-106, Quixant’s all-in-one gaming platform specifically designed for compliance with Italian “Comma 6a” regulations. Quixant is officially accredited by AAMS (Amministrazione Autonoma dei Monopoli di Stato) for the production of gaming platforms for the Italian market.
The QXi-106 utilises a high performance AMD 64-bit CPU combined with advanced ATI graphics together with dedicated hardware to provide compliance with Article 110, Comma 6a of T.U.L.P.S. The QXi-106 is housed in a compact, secure enclosure, includes AAMS protocol support and is powered via a standard JAMMA connector and therefore requires no additional power supply.
The QXi-106 has already assed homologation through several Italian certification labs, providing customers with a competitive edge in taking their machines through the process.
Quixant is also actively contributing to the proposed Comma 6a+ regulations and as such will remain at the forefront of developing the technology required by the new regulatory regime.
During the four-day exhibition, we will also be demonstrating the latest addition to Quixant’s range, the QXi-4000. Based on the ground-breaking AMD R-Series APU with integrated AMD RadeonTM 7000G graphics, this mid-range gaming platform can drive up to four independent HD monitors with support for daisy-chaining through support for DisplayPort 1.2 multi-stream transport (MST).
Quixant's DisplayPort monitor range will also be demonstrated at the show. These monitors perfectly complement the gaming platform range and are designed specifically to suit gaming machine applications.
Gary Mullins, Sales Director of Quixant commented “The Italian gaming market continues to be key for us in Europe. With our contribution to the upcoming Comma 6a+ regulations, it is gearing up to be an exciting year for Quixant. The Enada Rimini show offers us the perfect opportunity to showcase our award winning all-in-one gaming platforms to the Italian market and also to meet with our customers and prospects and demonstrate the strength and depth of the team”.