08.11.2008 10:43 AM
OmniBus offers preconfigured IT broadcasting solutions on HP servers

OmniBus Systems is working with Hewlett Packard (HP) to provide customers with powerful, flexible and highly reliable solutions for file-based infrastructures. The joint solutions are based on OmniBus iTX production, master control and automation software and HP BladeSystem c-Class servers and HP ProLiant servers. It’s fully scalable to meet a variety of installations, both large and small.

Working under the HP Developer and Solution Partner Program (DSPP), both companies are collaborating on sales, marketing and support programs. In addition, OmniBus is now working with HP to design and deliver a complete, ready-to-run iTX system via HP Factory Express, the company's portfolio of customized and integrated factory solutions. OmniBus is also entering HP's hardware beta program.

By choosing these standards-based systems, broadcast companies can realize the benefits of lower cost, less risk and more flexibility.

For more information, visit www.hp.com/go/itx and www.omnibus.tv.

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