07.31.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
OmniBus unveils flexible, scalable products built on G3 architecture

At this year's IBC, OmniBus will release products built on the flexible, scalable G3 architecture.

Based on standard open-IT protocols, G3's concept of micro-modular design delivers integrated units of functionality, each of which addresses precise requirements of individual users. The G3 system allows broadcasters to integrate, control and configure OmniBus products and third-party equipment.

Among OmniBus’ products at IBC2003 will be the entry-level HeadLine News Solution, the HeadLine Media Editor and the TX>Play scalable automation playout system.

The HeadLine News Solution provides the fixed, standard functionality required to take a newsroom to air including ingest, machine control, media viewing and playout.

OmniBus' HeadLine Media Editor series offers a range of tailored news editing solutions. It includes Edit 1000, which works with browse-resolution media; Edit 2000, which works with pre-recorded content; and Edit 3000, which is designed for journalists in the field.

The company also will unveil TX>Play, a scalable playout automation system built on the G3 architecture.

See OmniBus in Stand 8.548 at IBC2003 or visit www.omnibus.tv.

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