Mr. Bhayani is the Founder and CEO of iRevo Multimedia, Inc. and Chairman of iRevo Multimedia India Pvt. Ltd. The Company was founded with a mission to bring a new class of applications and an application delivery platform for multiple devices running different operating systems on all four screens; HDTVs, tablets, smartphones and PCs; targeting Cable MSOs, Mobile Operators; PC/CE OEMs and Content Owners as customers and partners.
Prior to founding iRevo, Mr. Bhayani was the Co-Founder and Managing Partner at INC3 Ventures, LLC. At the firm, his responsibilities included investing in and guiding young companies in the areas of Internet and semiconductors. He has invested in over 40 start-ups with exit value exceeding approaching $1 Billion. From 1995 to 1998, Mr. Bhayani served at C-Cube as the Vice President of Systems Engineering and later as the Vice President of New Market Development for Asia Pacific. During his tenure at C-Cube, he over saw the development and delivery of Complete Solution for VCD and DVD players that resulted in the Company shipping tens of millions of VCD/DVD chips in the China, Korea and Japan markets. In 1991, Mr. Bhayani founded Media Computer Technologies (MCT); a semiconductor company which lead the industry in the area of Video Scaler Chips and Software. MCT was acquired by C-Cube in 1995.
From 1982 to 1991, Mr. Bhayani held various engineering and technical management positions with Grinnell Systems, Vicom Systems, Altos Computers, Video Seven and Chips and Technologies.
He received an M.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a B.S. in Electronics Engineering from the SUNY, College at Buffalo.
Carl Rohling is a Vice President of Business Development for TuneIn, Inc., a privately held online services company based in Palo Alto, California. He manages strategic alliances, licensing and distribution for both the consumer electronics, automotive and mobile business units. His focus for consumer facing services is centered on the distribution and licensing of the TuneIn application across multiple platforms. TuneIn's OEM business is based on servicing prominent third parties across automotive, TV, mobile, and digital appliance platforms. Rohling has over twelve years experience in digital media covering both hardware and software in roles ranging from legal, sales and business development.
Previously, Rohling spent two years at Creative Labs overseeing their business development activities for the portable audio, speaker and web camera business units. Tying together services and hardware was his achievement in delivering an end-to-end solution for an optimal consumer experience. Prior to Creative Labs, Rohling spent three years as Director of Business Development overseeing the ReplayTV, GoVideo and Rio product lines for SonicBlue, Inc. Rohling was involved in SonicBlue's expansion into into consumer electronics with the acquisition of the ReplayTV and GoVideo product lines.
Rohling was a corporate attorney for Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson in New York City and a litigation attorney for Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison working out of their New York, Hong Kong and Tokyo offices.
Rohling attended the University at Albany for undergraduate studies and the University at Buffalo for both his MBA and J.D.