With an aim to expand its current network, Nevada-based Stereo Vision Entertainment Inc (OTCMKTS: SVSN) upgraded it to 500 Megabytes. Jack Honour, CEO of Stereo Vision, said that the current boom in the American economy was the best time to diversify.
Viewing the company as a mini Tencent currently, he said they wanted to continue with the theatrical projects. The company subsidiaries, Eco Allies and Climate Cure Capital, have already achieved pioneer status in the renewable resources industry and added momentum to the company’s share value. The addition of new shareholders will also help build company confidence, and they clarified that no Board of Directors had sold their shares. The company urged the shareholders not to believe in speculations, keep their faith, and hold on to their shares.
Meanwhile, Online Technology Exchange Inc has changed the DNS network of Stereo Vision to Quad 9 and Google. With Quad 9, the company is looking to strengthen and secure the network. CEO Jack Honour informed that Online Technologies Inc was currently working on the digital infrastructure of StereoVision to make it a stronghold in the blockchain economy.
The addition of Online Technology Exchange to the company is a step ahead in transforming its network digitally. According to Mike Hippert, CEO of Online Technology Exchange, the implementation of artificial intelligence software will help StereoVision increase its bandwidth and internet speeds on the one hand and build a safe AI-enabled IoT enterprise. The company’s efforts in upgrading its current network and technology will help in the future digital transformation and make it an industry pioneer.
On the work front, the company appointed Federico Migneco as an Executive Producer for its latest Michael Berk production Aubrey Blaze, a Sci-Fi action film.