The 16 PWM signals means that you can run up to 16 separate servos, but you would need an external 5V power supply with enough current to supply all of them. The Omega by itself can power 1 or 2 small servos under very light load, although it can get a standard size servo to turn a door lock here!
You would definitely need to find the maximum current draw of each servo (usually in their specs), and make sure your external power supply can provide more than the sum of all maximum currents (for safety).
Labelling each wire is very handy, you can either label by part/location or by #; the connectors on the Expansion are marked from S0 to S15.
@Leonard-Stroman That makes it much easier. Code written in Python don't need to be compiled because it is an interpreted language. You simply need to install python on the Omega, copy the code over to the Omega, and it should be able to run. The only thing you will need to wait for is our python wrapper for the PWM expansion driver. We should be releasing that in the next couple of weeks.