Mr. Lober is President/CEO of SLA Corporation, the parent company of ESChat. Since its foundation in 1991, SLA has developed numerous wireless solutions for Government, Commercial and Military applications. SLA's Commercial wireless history includes 1G thru 4G network infrastructure, specifically AMPS, ETACS, IS-136, CDMA 1xEVDO (Rev. 0 and Rel. A) and LTE.
SLA developed its first Push to Talk over Cellular (PTToC) solution in 2003 using the "IToC" and "PoC" standards. SLA's team opted to create a more efficient PTToC protocol which became Enterprise Secure Chat (ESChat), today's leading secure LTE PTToC solution for military, public safety and large business use. Prior to founding SLA in 1991, Mr. Lober held positions at 3dbm, Inc. and Gould Electronics where he worked on military RADAR systems. He also worked at Biocom, Inc., where he worked on the company's orange "paramedic radio" made famous in the TV show Emergency.
Mr. Lober holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.