October 28, 2008
‘Robocall’ Entrepreneur Slams Obama Bid to Stop Calls
ATLANTA, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Responding to Democrat Barack Obama's call to end "robocalls," the Atlanta creator of a technology which enables a campaign's volunteers to create and place calls, defended the innovative technology as a "last chance for free speech."
"Robocalls are the lifeline of the campaign that lacks big money," said Klane Anderson, president of SolusIP and creator of a patented technology allowing campaigns to use supporters' PC computers to make calls reaching thousands or even millions of voters.
"The last chance for free speech in today's hyper-expensive presidential election is the ability to phone a voter and get the word out. My invention is robocalling 2.0, it makes the call personal," said Anderson. "It's the only bandwidth we have left to discuss election issues, as Obama's bought up everything else. He knows this could be his Achilles heel."
Anderson's patented technology has the ability to place a call and deliver a live message to every phone in America in less than a day. Using a system known as "distributed computing" the unique technology allows a campaign to harness the power of supporters' PCs to deliver a final message to voters and respond to last minute attacks.
Anderson developed a number of patents and innovative uses of technology in the computer, communications, and nuclear robotics industries. His company, SolusIP is working with a number of candidates to deliver critical messages in the closing days of the campaign. The technology has been tested and proven in saving an incumbent Congressman way down in the polls, defeating the most powerful State House Speaker in the US, and driving huge numbers of volunteers and donors to a Presidential primary candidate.
CONTACT: Klane Anderson, +1-800-917-7110, [email protected], forRobocalls
Web site: http://www.finalcall2008.com/http://www.solusip.net/