Chicago, IL, October 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- On-Time Communications CEO, Donald Chew announced a bold plan to create real competition in the Cable Industry. America’s biggest cable company, may be on the verge of becoming even larger if the proposed merger is approved. CEO Donald Chew, stated that his company has developed a device where clients can access the internet and cable without any wiring.
On-Time Communications has set some lofty goals and feels very optimistic about where they are right now and where they need to go as a company. "Of course, details of the plan were not disclosed, but this plan appears to already be in effect. This is a huge undertaking and the need to create competition is necessary in this market, especially if the merger is approved. The company seems to be up for the challenge," Chew said.
An unnamed company received the first Model called MOTI-IT at a brief ceremony in a Beijing industrial park, also the place who will test and manufacture most of its chips initially. When asked where the other chip was, Chew responded, “We have it and a live demonstration will be planned in the near future.”
"It’s time for customers to take matters into their own hands, get what they pay for, including a chance for a new service from a new company," Chew told them. "This is the chance for current cable customers nationwide to speak out because without them, there we would be no need to create competition, nor will On-Time be able to make a difference."
The company has aspirations to connect with other companies for marketing but Chew also stated that “On-Time is prepared to go at it alone because we believe that our approach will be extremely effective. The chips will work by simply plugging it into your television. Of course, after they are activated from the company.
The chips will change the way cable and the internet are accessed, but this also demonstrates that cable and internet can be accessed without wiring. Some companies are already in the process or maybe have this technology already, but it will be interesting to see who reaches ground zero first. He said since late 2013, company representatives have been traveling to various cities and meeting with various people to discuss their needs, now we are putting it all together.
Chew restated that On-Time might try to manufacture chips in the US in as little as two to three years. He said that might take longer but the company still hopes to produce the chips where they are sold.
"The company has made significant progress, and we are almost there. On-Time simply must keep the ball rolling, continue working and they should be fine. The company will intentionally hold back on the debut to the FCC and others in the market until we were confident of that the product is consistent," he said.
Chew said On-Time Communications still is deciding where in the United States to build what it says could be one of the largest factories to produce the digital chips.
The company is currently looking at four states to build its factories — Arizona, Florida, Nevada and Texas — and is likely to break ground in at least two before making a final decision, Chew said. He said the company wants to make sure we are prepared to stay on schedule and meet up with demand that is expected to be high. Chew will focus on states that have high unemployment, no or low state tax rates, and lastly, dark areas (where competitors currently doesn’t offer service).
On Time has no plans for additional modifications to strengthen the MOTI-IT unless further testing reveals a need to. Chew said “We have produced two working prototypes but when you need to mass produce a product like this, we have to be sure that we are consistent.”
Finally, the companies CEO, Donald Chew believes firmly that “Success isn’t achieved by waiting for an opportunity, it is claimed by those willing to risk failure in order to make a difference” and believes strongly in this principle “but feels with proper planning and execution, he is confident that the company has a chance. Chew also went on to say “that this is an exciting process to be a part of and that the company will be very competitive and to stay tuned.”