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Telos Adds Software Delivery Platform

AP-3000 supports VXs, Omnia Forza and Axia Altus

Front view of the Telos Alliance AP3000, a black electronics product that occupies a single standard rack spaceTelos Alliance has introduced a software delivery platform to make the installation and configuration of several of its virtualized products “as easy to deploy as traditional proprietary hardware.”

“Customers wishing to install a Telos VXs virtual VoIP phone system, Omnia Forza software audio processor or Axia Altus virtual mixing console can not only do so on their own COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) server but now have the option of purchasing these products pre-installed and pre-configured on the AP-3000 hardware platform,” the company said.

The announcement was made by John Schur, founder of Minnetonka Audio and the president of TV solutions for Telos.

“With AP-3000, we’ve done all of the heavy technical lifting and bridged the gap between the simplicity of traditional proprietary hardware and the advantages of full-scale virtualization; it’s the best of both worlds,” he said in the announcement.

The AP-3000 comes configured and ready to “plug and play,” simplifying the deployment process, he said. It is available through Telos, Omnia and Axia dealers.

[Read more Radio World coverage of recently introduced products.]