Omnix International to distribute Chaos
Distributor to supply the region’s channel with V-Ray 2.0 solutions
Omnix International, a regional technology service provider and integrator, has signed as the Middle East distributor of the Chaos Group, a provider of rendering solutions for architectural, VFX, film, automotive design, television and other industries.
Under the terms of the alliance, Omnix will distribute the Chaos Group’s diverse range of solutions that include V-Ray 2.0, Phoenix Fluid Dynamics and PD Player in the Middle East region. The new partnership reflects Omnix’ move to address the increasing demand for faster and more creative project designs for the region’s rapidly growing construction market.
In addition, Omnix will be offering free software support and users can come in direct contact with the developers from Chaos Group.
According to market research specialist Ventures Middle East, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar account for almost 80% of the on-going $452 billion worth of infrastructure projects that are expected to give a much needed boost to the GCC construction industry.
“We are confident that our newly signed partnership with Omnix International will play a key role in leveraging our integrated suite of solutions across the Middle East region’s thriving construction industry. Omnix International has a strong channel breadth in the Middle East and carries a strong reputation for service, consultation and performance excellence, making them the perfect partner for us,” said Javid Imanov, territory channel manager, Chaos Group.
“With the continuous influx of projects in the region’s construction industry, we understand that speed is the name of the game and we are looking to address this challenge with V-Ray 2.0, which features interactive rending for both CPUs and GPUs,” he said.
Imanov added that: “Looking at things from a technology perspective, we remain steadfast in our commitment to focus, provide and meet the demands and needs of our customers, ably doing so by utilising innovative technology.”