Chief Telecom, the leading brand of VPN service provider in Greater China, was established in January 1991. Chief went through its growth period in three total different phases, from the role of a system integrator at the early stage in 1991, to the largest telecommunications bandwidth wholesaler in Taiwan in 1996, and then a special Type II operator of telecommunication center in 2000.
In 2006, Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), the largest telecom service provider in Taiwan, acquired more than 70% shares of Chief Telecom. In 2008, Chief cooperated with Microsoft to provide Windows Live IP calling service on Windows Live Messenger platform.
With carrier-neutral position, Chief's partners not only can freely select circuits from any of domestic and/or international carriers to satisfy their connectivity needs to Greater China and/or other countries, but also can count on Chief to differentiate their services in highly competitive market.