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Holding company



System integration


June 10th 2041


Xu Shaoyong

Key people

Spencer Hagen (president)

Omnius, Ltd. is a subsidiary of the Chinese technology conglomerate Zhupao. It creates customised end-to-end system integration solutions for governments, companies, and individuals subscribed to G6 in order to adapt national and regional data infrastructures to G6 standards. Omnius also offers digital service solutions with both human and artificial intelligence (AI) operators.

Created in 2041 from the merger of several Zhupao subsidiaries and acquisitions, Omnius is commonly referred to as Zhupao’s logistics arm for the deployment of G6, providing subscribers with access to network and data analysis infrastructure as well as neural colloids supplied by Sanial.

On October 2nd 2049, Omnius announced that it was working with Chinese authorities in the investigation of the assassination of Xu Shaoyong and Yuri Golitsyn, which appears to have been carried out through an “improperly used” Omnius contractor account.



Spencer Hagen has served as president of Omnius since 2041.

Omnius was created by Xu Shaoyong on June 10th 2041 as an umbrella company for the merger of several Zhupao subsidiaries and acquisitions, including Apprise, Cengal, and PenCréant. In an official announcement, Xu described Omnius as a system integration company with the purpose of “processing the distribution of G6 and its affiliated services,” and introduced Spencer Hagen as president of the newly formed company. [1]

Since 2041, Omnius has worked with over 10,000 governments, companies, and individuals to locally implement their G6 licenses. Access to the network is guaranteed within two weeks, a timeframe that allows for modular G6 hubs to be custom-designed and manufactured, shipped to G6 members regardless of location, and installed by Omnius technicians.

Once G6 hubs are attached to a country’s healthcare infrastructures, the network can formalise and absorb external data sets within 48 hours, with optimal noise reduction and gate sequencing achieved within an additional 24 hours. Omnius employees are tasked on location as long as the G6 license remains active, ensuring year-round technical support. Every G6 country harbours a minimum of five G6 hubs, which are typically installed close to pre-existing governmental data centres. While the dimensions of each hub vary drastically, the smallest structures on record are large enough to be classified on the yottascale.

2049 cyberattack


Omnius contractor Hong Lian was briefly suspected of being Adira in 2049.

On October 2nd 2049, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) reported that an Omnius work terminal had been identified as the source of a cyberattack that claimed the lives of Xu Shaoyong and Yuri Golitsyn on October 1st 2049. [2] Hong Lian has been identified as the Omnius contractor whose account was linked to the attack.

On October 3rd 2049, Hagen issued a statement to clarify the nature of the cyberattack, explaining that “the request for human authorisation to fire the drone missile did not originate from the terminal of an Omnius contractor. It was inserted as a ticket by an unknown source and sent by a routing algorithm to the contractor, who then marked the ticket as resolved, presumably without looking at its contents.” The statement does not confirm whether Adira is believed to be the source of the inserted ticket.

See also


  1. Cai, F. (June 2041). “Xu Shaoyong unveils Omnius as dedicated G6 installation company.” Jiefang Daily
  2. Xiaoming, F. (October 2049). “Police Commissioner General Ren Yinpeng announces suspect arrest, claims connection to Adira.” Xinhua