CableClix and new management has replaced the old Beijing RainEarth Technology Co:
CableClix Company Overview
CableClix (USA), Inc. (the "Company" or "CableClix") (www.cableclix.com) is a video streaming and caching company bringing local High Definition Over-the-Air (OTA) network broadcasts, satellite, and paid premium content over private networks owned by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) directly to the customers of ISPs and direct subscribers in their local viewing area. CableClix has developed an innovative platform that ensures delivery of local affiliate content to the intended metropolitan broadcast area, while allowing customers the flexibility to watch television on a variety of devices. CableClix bridges the gaps between video content, local broadcast affiliates, internet service providers and end users, and brings high definition video to even the most rural locations. http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CCLX/profile
Our goals remain as they were at our inception in 2013, to deliver quality television programming in high and ultrahigh definition, including local network content, directly to the local consumer, on nearly any device, at any time. CableClix is different from others that have attempted to deliver similar services in the past because we create partnerships with the national networks, local affiliates, and local ISP’s. Commonly referred to as television rebroadcasting, the concept is often one-sided in nature and ultimately the end consumer is left to pay significant monthly subscription fees for a plethora of channels that go mostly unwatched. Concurrently, local broadcast affiliates feel the ever increasing pressure of internet-based streaming services often broadcasting the same content and diminishing the relevance of traditional TV viewing. CableClix’s founders believed there was an opportunity to bridge the gap between the network and affiliate interests, and at the same time, give the consumers what they are clearly asking for: the convenience of watching their favorite shows any time, unaltered, and without a barrage of irrelevant marketing and advertisement.
Another important aspect of CableClix’s approach to streaming television is our appreciation for the local ISP’s, especially the Wireless ISP’s (WISPs). All ISP’s have experienced the pressure of needing to increase upstream bandwidth to support the growing popularity of streaming video. The cost of these increases in bandwidth are either passed on to the end customer, or in competitive markets, taken directly from the bottom line. WISPs in particular tend to serve customers in rural areas, and while are still part of a given metropolitan broad cast area, are unable to receive local broadcasts without a satellite connection due to line of sight or distance from transmitters. In nearly all of those cases, cable is not an option for those customers due to the unavailability of the required infrastructure. CableClix’s founder and owner/operator of a WISP understood this problem firsthand, which triggered the desire to solve this growing TV viewing conundrum:
How can we deliver live streaming television in high definition, local and premium television to the public, especially rural customers, while simultaneously relieving bandwidth strain on ISPs, in a manner that protects and enforces the local broadcast area boundaries and respects the intellectual property of the networks and production houses?
CableClix is committed to the development and continual enhancement of products and services that deliver the programming that consumers want affordably and reliably. We achieve this using best-of-breed technologies, innovative people, and a customer-centric underpinning woven into everything we do. We respect the ownership, talent, and effort that goes into developing the news, entertainment, and other intellectual property that we stream, and always respect and enforce the boundaries of metropolitan broadcast areas. We value our partnerships with ISP’s and constantly seek out new ways to optimize their network resources to ensure the best customer experience. We are excited to be a part of the transformation of traditional viewing to the next generation of customized streaming TV.
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|Kris Domich ||President, Principal Executive Officer, Principal Financial Officer, and Director |
Kris Domich is a globally recognized thought leader with more than 23 years of experience in complex internet-based services and solutions. Kris’ repertoire spans continents with significant experience in Europe, Middle East, and Asia, in addition to the US. Recognized globally for a strong business acumen and profound technical knowledge, Kris has served as a direct advisor to the executive leadership of numerous Fortune 100 Companies.
Kris has been instrumental in the capital formation of numerous technology companies in North America over the past fifteen years with total project value exceeding $300M. He has been instrumental in the transition of multiple business units from privately held to public companies, of which two were Fortune 100 organizations. Kris is a regular speaker at international trade shows and other speaking events, and regularly publishes articles on IT-related trends. He is committed to excellence and delivering unparalleled customer service.
Linked in profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/krisdomich
|Mark Bayliss ||CTO, Founder, Treasurer, and Director |
Mark Bayliss is a nationally known pioneer of internet and wireless technologies. Currently serving on the FCC’s Technology Advisory Council (TAC) and provides technical advice to the FCC. The TAC is comprised of a diverse array of leading experts that will help the FCC identify important areas of innovation and develop informed technology policies supporting America’s competitiveness and job creation in the global economy. Mark’s background in the development of wireless transmission systems, ARIN, and the global adoption of IPv6 is evident in the numerous applications of those technologies in use today.
Mark oversees all of CableClix research and product development. As a WISP, Mark has an invaluable perspective on the need for solutions such as those developed by CableClix. Mark also brings to CableClix years of experience designing and deploying large wireless ISP networks and promoting rural broadband initiatives.
Linked in profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-bayliss-3b45777
|Investor Relations, Secretary and Director |
Mr. Steinke has been involved in North American capital markets since 1997. He brings his experience to CableClix and serves as Investor Communications Director and as an advisor to the Executive and to the Board of Directors, specifically with respect to finance and corporate development opportunities.
Mr. Steinke began his career in print media advertising representing dozens of publicly traded companies whose stock traded on North American exchanges such as OTCBB, TSX Venture, AMEX and NASDAQ. Media campaigns brought awareness, new investors, enhanced shareholder value and liquidity in conjunction with company’s investor initiatives.
Steinke was then recruited by upstart hi-tech companies and began pairing private companies and angel investors and equity private placements with early stage public companies. Hundreds of millions of dollars in combined capitalized value were reached, several millions of additional investment capital dollars were raised in those companies, all while he maintained multi-year relationships in an employed or consultant’s role and as an early equity investor himself. Investors enjoyed high gains and realized exits with sufficient liquidity in often turbulent markets.
Greg has been instrumental in guiding companies through the “going public” process both in the United States and in Canada with reverse mergers and a full IPO as mechanisms, where he introduced seed capital, brokerage sponsors and institutional investors and has been a liaise and paid consultant in this genera. He was contacted by Mark Bayliss, Co-founder of CableClix, Inc. to contemplate and participate in the company’s early stage and build out, as an early entrant in the “affordable cable streaming” space. Steinke has been credited with the chosen name of the company and the discovery of the URL on the web, of CableClix.com.
Estimated Market Cap
$2,795,230 as of Aug 25, 2016
1,000,000,000 as of Apr 30, 2016
74,539,480 as of Aug 19, 2016
7,842,380 as of Aug 19, 2016
|Aug 26, 2016 ||CableClix (USA), Inc. Provides Corporate Update ||Press Release |
|Aug 1, 2016 ||CableClix (USA), Inc. (CCLX) Posts Annual Report for Year Ending April 30, 2016 ||Press Release |
|Jul 28, 2016 ||CABLECLIX (USA), INC. ANNOUNCES COMPLETION OF US-EAST HEAD END ||Press Release |
|May 10, 2016 ||CABLECLIX (USA), INC. ANNOUNCES UP TO $500,000.00 FINANCING ||Press Release |
|Apr 1, 2016 ||CABLECLIX (USA), INC. ANNOUNCES BUILDOUT OF VIRTUAL PRIVATE CABLE NETWORK (VCPN) HEADEND ||Press Release |
|Sep 8, 2015 ||CORRECTION: CABLECLIX (USA), INC. ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT OF PUBLIC CORPORATION CONSULTANT FOR COMPANY’S SHAREHOLDER MARKETING SERVICES ||Press Release |
|Sep 3, 2015 ||CORRECTION: CABLECLIX (USA), INC. ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT OF PUBLIC CORPORATION CONSULTANT FOR COMPANY’S SHAREHOLDER MARKETING SERVICES ||Press Release |
|Sep 3, 2015 ||CABLECLIX (USA), INC. ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT OF PUBLIC CORPORATION CONSULTANT FOR COMPANY’S SHAREHOLDER MARKETING SERVICES ||Press Release |
|Jun 15, 2015 ||RAINEARTH INC. ANNOUNCES COMPLETION OF NAME AND SYMBOL CHANGE ||Press Release |
|May 19, 2015 ||RainEarth, Inc. Announces Completion of Acquisition of CableClix, Inc. |
Technology & Patents
Intelligent Video Delivery over our Virtual Private Cable Network™ (VCPN™)
The CableClix Intelligent Video Delivery and Cloud DVR solution brings all local channels (including High Definition and Ultra High 4K) as live streaming television within a given metropolitan broadcast area and up to one hundred additional satellite and premium channels to subscribers. CableClix proprietary technology first determines which channels should be present at a given location and then decides whether to feed those channels to the subscriber from the OTA broadcast (if available) or to stream the channels live from our equipment from the nearest CableClix Content and Caching Server. CableClix Intelligent Video Delivery eliminates “dark spots” and other obstacles that keep viewers from enjoying high definition over-the-air broadcasts.
How it works:
- CableClix set top box determines what network channels should be available at the subscriber’s location
Any channel that cannot be received at the subscriber location via OTA transmission is transparently fed to the subscriber over broadband
CableClix lists all available channels, as well as any premium content subscriptions through a unified channel / program browser
Subscribers watch live programming on a CableClix set-top box, computer, tablet, or smartphone
CableClix™ Content Caching and Distribution
CableClix provides high capacity caching servers optimized for today’s High Definition and Ultra High Definition media-rich internet experience. Built upon a high performance, late model compute and storage platform, CableClix caching servers deliver reliable caching for high definition video content including 4K. Content caching servers from CableClix enables frequently accessed, high bandwidth content to be placed closer to your customers ensuring the highest quality user experiences at any resolution.
- Current model server and storage subsystems
Lightweight operating environment and caching engine
Storage is optimized for throughput and resiliency
Revenue sharing model for data center operators and ISP’s
- Reliable platforms ensure highly available content
Efficient caching engines keep content served under the most congested conditions
Detailed caching reports provide valuable intelligence on content usage and demographics
Consistent revenue stream for data center operators and ISPs
CableClix™ for WISPs
CableClix provides a comprehensive television package with over 60 channels of high definition programming including local channels for Wireless Internet Service Provider customers. Often located in rural areas where over-the-air programming cannot be accessed, and where cable TV providers lack infrastructure, CableCLix enables WISPs with a powerful television and cloud DVR solution with revenue sharing. The CableClix solution for WISPs includes our powerful caching technology which locally stores and streams popular high-bandwidth content to the viewer from the WISP network, reducing the ever increasing need for upstream bandwidth.
- Comprehensive channel lineup including local networks, popular cable channels including movies, sports, and news, as well as international programming
Powerful caching engines for bandwidth-intensive media collocated in your data center
Predictable bandwidth usage for video services on the customer-facing side of your network
Revenue sharing opportunity with CableClix based on number of subscribers to video services
- Ability to offer valuable high definition television and DVR services to WISP customers
Significantly reduces requirement for upstream bandwidth to support popular streaming video demands
More accurate capacity planning capabilities for upstream and downstream bandwidth
Revenue sharing opportunity effectively subsidizes your monthly upstream bandwidth costs
CableClix™ Rural Broadband and Video Enablement
The placement of CableClix content caching, distribution, and delivery platforms throughout the rural USA brings high definition video, including the newest 4K video technology, to businesses and households on the fringes of all metropolitan broadcast areas. Today there are millions of end customers that cannot receive local broadcast content due to geographic constraints and a lack of line of site to transmission infrastructure. By collocating our platforms on the wireless internet infrastructure (towers) in those regions, CableClix ensures that all customers can receive television from their metropolitan area affiliates. This drives the expansion of broadband into rural areas and empowers rural ISPs to offer an additional value-add service to their existing customer bases.
- Patent-pending technology to ensure delivery of broadcast area-specific network programming
Weatherized video delivery and caching equipment for tower based installation
Dedicated frequencies for video transmission available in select markets (3.65Ghz & 5Ghz)
Revenue sharing model for rural ISP’s and tower operators
- Programming is restricted to the intended metropolitan broadcast area
Flexible, compact equipment footprint allows for physical placement in close proximity to users
Gives WISPs the option to deliver video over dedicated frequencies instead of local networks
Shared revenue model provides an additional steady income stream from each tower / WISP data center