04.15.2005 12:48 PM
OmniBus to integrate automation solutions on HP

OmniBus Systems will integrate its automation systems with the HP broadband and media portfolio. OmniBus will standardize its solutions on the HP ProLiant server platform, which is based on Intel and AMD processors.

OmniBus will work closely with HP to size and specify ProLiant servers that are required for customers' specific broadcast automation applications. The companies will leverage resources to offer consistent and competitively priced solutions to all shared clients while meeting the unique needs of each.

As a software partner in HP's broadband and media portfolio, OmniBus will receive sales, marketing, and engineering assistance. The two companies also will work together in expanding shared sales channels.

For more information, visit www.OmniBus.tv.

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