Previewed at recent ELA show in Mexico

iBrand Gaming announces new Quixant QX-40 in ECP cabinets

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(UK).- Specialist OEM solution provider International Brand Gaming announce, in conjunction with its partners Quixant (control boards) and Elite Casino Products (Slot Gaming Cabinets), that the recently launched QX-40 control board has been developed into the current range of Nitro and Nitro XL slot cabinets.

The QX-40, the latest gaming control board from Quixant, was released on the 22nd May 2012 and previewed, with kind permission from AMD prior to global launch, on the Quixant booth at the recent ELA show in Mexico City.

With the ability to run four displays from the APU, and with an additional six screens from an optional on board GPU (E6460 or E6760), the QX-40 control board has no limitations in terms of graphical presence and performance.

ECP and Quixant have worked extremely closely to design-in the QX-40 into the Nitro and Nitro XL cabinets allowing them to offer the additional performance and to extend their customer base.

‘This partnership shows exactly how iBrand Gaming works and enhances the already strong links between our partners. It allows us to push the boundaries and provide up to date technology and cabinet design, providing one solution’ said John Malin, Managing Director for iBrand Gaming.

Gary Mullins, Sales Director for Quixant said “The integration of our new QX-40 gaming control board into the successful range of ECP slot cabinets highlights the close working partnership Quixant have with iBrand gaming. By working with iBrand Gaming and using their knowledge of the gaming customer base and market, Quixant continues to aggressively develop and grow with all sizes of gaming companies.’

‘Elite Casino Products continually strives to keep abreast of the latest trends and emerging technologies, ensuring our customers have the greatest level of flexibility possible’ said Jim O’Keefe, ECP.

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