3 rivers communications is set to launch a new type of charter communication called a communications stock.
The stock is a series of data links that can be used to communicate with a number of different organisations and businesses.
As part of its launch, the company is set out to use a new kind of technology called distributed video to stream video over its network, which could help the company to scale its business in a rapidly changing communications environment.
In an interview with 3 rivers Communications, CEO Rob Stokes said the company wanted to offer a different type of communication for its customers and its stakeholders.
“We want to offer something that is really fast, and we want to be able to have a good range of channels, but also a decent range of content,” he said.
With a wide range of businesses and individuals using the company’s network, 3 rivers wants to offer channels of communication to a range of users.
A common misconception among Charter users and stakeholders is that Charter is only focused on delivering Charter’s core services to Charter subscribers.
Mr Stokes acknowledged that Charter was a “very big player in communications”, but he said the majority of its services were being delivered through its own channel, and that the rest were provided by other Charter companies.
For example, Mr Stokes told 3 rivers that while most of its customers use its network to deliver content to their Charter subscriptions, there were also a large number of people who subscribed to Charter’s premium services through the Charter Communications business.
3 rivers’ new channel, which it says will enable it to deliver the vast majority of Charter’s services to its subscribers, is set for rollout later this year.
But, Mr Condon said, he believed the company would also offer Charter’s network a wider range of services, and said it would look to offer services like the internet video streaming service, as well as its video chat service, which was used by more than 100,000 people last year.
3 rivers is the latest company to roll out new Charter services to meet increasing demand, and it is likely to be the first to offer such services.
According to the company, more than 80 per cent of its subscribers now subscribe to Charter.
While Charter Communications is offering a new service called a Communication Stock, Mr Gossett said the new Charter Communications channel was aimed at “the most active Charter users”.
3 river also announced plans to launch its own video chat app, which would enable its subscribers to make video calls and chat to their friends, in partnership with Skype.
Like its other products, 3 river’s new channel will be a set of channels that Charter could deliver to users, with 3 river providing the service as part of a suite of services it said it offered.
Its first video chat platform, which will launch later this month, will allow users to make and receive video calls with their friends and family members, and will be able access content from services like YouTube and Netflix, Mr Tompkins said.