Telos Alliance, the broadcast audio technology company in Cleveland, has brought to market a platform that is designed to simplify the installation and configuration of several of the company’s virtualized products.
AP-3000 is now available.
This means that Telos customers that wish 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.
“We recognize that many of our customers understand and appreciate the myriad benefits of virtualization,” said John Schur, Founder of Telos’ Minnetonka Audio and President of TV Solutions. “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.”
Each AP-3000 will arrive properly pre-configured and ready to “plug and play” upon delivery.