XMan: Im Gegensatz zu Deiner dämlichen Holzmann sollte man HRCT unbedingt halten :-)) Holzmann ist überhaupt keinen Vergleich wert.
HRCT ist in den Focus 30 von OTC Netstocks einer der 30 aussichtsreichsten Werte an der OTC. ( http://www.otcnetstocks.com/focus30.shtml )
An AuJa: Sowohl Huaxia Securities (China Securities) als auch Guoxin Securities (Guosen Securities) sind Kunden von Sinobull/UAC Online.
Und gleich noch etwas Aktuelles zu den gegenwärtigen Aktivitäten auf dem chinesischen "Cable-TV"- und Set-Top-Boxen-Markt:
02Okt2000 USA: China Broadband Schedules Beta Test of Century Vision Network for October 18 in Fuzhou City.
- Expects Century Vision Network to Benefit from Passage of Sino Trade Bill -
- Provides Added Confidence to Multinational Corporations Making Foreign
Direct Investments in China -
HONG KONG and LOS ANGELES, Oct. 2 /PRNewswire/ - China Broadband Corporation Limited (Nasdaq: CBBC) today announced the launch date for CVN beta testing and its enthusiastic support for the U.S. Senate vote supporting normal trade relations with China.
"The historic Senate vote clearly recognizes China`s commitment to open trade and protecting the rights of foreign direct investors. Our Century Vision Network (CVN), an interactive multi-media broadband network being developed through joint ventures with PRC broadcasting bureaus, is strategically positioned to offer foreign direct investors key points of entry into China on a national scale. We are excited to be one of the pioneers of broadband in China and will continue to aggregate joint ventures with provincial and local cable systems to expand CVN in advance of China`s entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) and beyond," said Gareth Tang, chief executive officer.
"The October 18 launch of our network and our ability to utilize our national presence and third generation set-top box technology to satisfy demand for personal computing, broadband access, content, and e-commerce will not only create demand for our services but also for the products and services of foreign direct investors in CVN."
About the CVN Project
CVN`s goals are to develop a national interactive broadband network; create and source complementary domestic and international broadband products and services; and deliver broadband content and commercial services in China. According to the State Administration for Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), which is under the State Council and is the administrative body in charge of China`s radio, film and television, cable passes 90 percent of China`s 1.25 billion population. To date, CVN has five joint ventures with provincial and local cable broadcasting bureaus, four of which are subsidiaries of SARFT. Management`s strategy is to build CVN using SARFT`s national fiber optic network and benefit from its existing broadband capabilities and "last mile" connections. These joint ventures will upgrade the existing cable systems to 2-way interactive and market broadband cable TV to their combined 12.5 million of China`s 80 million cable subscribers, the world`s largest market. Because of China`s 90% penetration rate for household TVs, management intends to connect its national network to subscribers using its third generation set-top box technology. In addition to customers having access to broadband content, communications and commerce, this proprietary technology provides TV sets with personal computing functionality and is anticipated to satisfy the natural demands within a country with penetration rates for PCs and Internet usage of 4% and 1% respectively.
The security of CVN`s network is expected to facilitate the importation of Western intellectual property and expand China`s offering of movies, television programs and video-on-demand programming. CVN will also offer domestic and foreign merchandisers and advertisers access to our subscriber network and provide IT expertise and database management outsourcing to commercial users. The network will utilize existing technologies from Nortel, nCube and other vendors, as well as its proprietary set-top boxes.
About China Broadband Corporation Limited
China Broadband Corporation Limited is a Hong Kong-based holding company engaged in the development of a multimedia broadband cable operation in the People`s Republic of China. The company is traded on the Australian Stock Exchange, Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market.
In addition to managing broadband assets in China, the company provides CVN with technology, develops broadband Chinese content, manufactures its own set-top boxes and develops Asian broadband cable networks outside of China through its Hong Kong-listed subsidiary, Prosper eVision Limited (Hong Kong stock code: 979).
The CVN Project is a developmental stage project focused on introducing broadband, interactive multi-media technology to deliver rich video and audio content, entertainment, information, e-commerce, and comprehensive broadband services via China`s public TV networks to consumers and commercial users.
This release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are not guarantees of China Broadband Corporation Limited`s future operational or financial performance and are subject to risks and uncertainties that might adversely affect the operating results of the company in a material way. Such risks and uncertainties include, without limitation, ability to obtain financing, technological changes, and competition, as well as other risks and uncertainties detailed in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
SOURCE China Broadband Corporation Limited -0-10/02/2000
/CONTACT: Gareth Tang, Deputy Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, 011-852-2918-9988; Dennis Yu, Executive Director, Chief Executive Officer of Century Vision Network, 011-852-2918-9985; George T. Raney, Jr., Vice President Strategic Partnerships, 310-247-0056; or Gary S. Maier or Michael Pollock of Pondel/Wilkinson Group, 310-207-9300, email@example.com/
Quelle: PR NEWSWIRE 02/10/2000