SOHOSTAR REDEFINES THE SMART PHONE WITH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Can YOUR Phone Think for You?
Denver, Colorado - Like the plot of a science fiction
movie, SohoStar Corporation's network and
products have Artificial Intelligence capabilities, completely redefining the
meaning of the "Smart" phone.
SohoStar's parent, Advanced
Intelligent Networks Corporation, has recently released "David" a highly
extensible operating system for cell phones, TVs, modems, routers, set-top
boxes and all manner of digital communication appliances.
David, named for its
creator David Roland, utilizes AI techniques to LEARN from your personal
requests and creates your user profile applying factors such
as age, interests, knowledge, etc. David keeps the data locally and
serves social media, pictures, content and email, providing personal
information ONLY to whom you designate.
David enables a live avatar who, with the assistance from
the "hive" of other David devices, provides VoIP Unified Messaging, web and
text communications, conferencing and multimedia streaming, as well as energy
management and home controls. David provides anti-piracy content services and
enables the collection of usage fees and honoring encryption agreements for
With strict protections, David's built-ins enable running
applications from anywhere on the planet on any David node; the TRUE
DEFINITION OF CLOUD COMPUTING (SAS). The "Hive" shares information and
protects the collective against cyber-attacks.
David is sleek, using only 200K bytes of firmware storage
and can manage a device on its own or co-exist with Linux. "David bypasses the
Java bloat of Android in order to be directly connected As the Cloud", says
SohoStar exclusively uses David's 20 years of development
to empower a new family of devices. Products, such as the Akanyana cellular phone originally
designed for Rwanda, wouldn't be possible without David. The Akanyana will
sell for $20 and enables free voice and unlimited texting throughout SohoStar.
Other innovative products include a 36mbit cognitive radio modem and an under
$50 settop box to literally provide a "Smart TV" information and media
SohoStar intends to provide global communication services
through its network of "National Franchises", the first being SohoStar Rwanda, Ltd with support from
To manufacturer the electronics, AINC has formed the SohoWave Corporation which is seeking funding
and manufacturing partners in Asia and the US to provide OEM products for
SohoWave's planned factory in Rwanda, and elsewhere for global distribution.
As Roland quips, "It's like David vs Googl-iath, Simple tools bring down giants"