JP Carney, Chief Executive Officer
Co-founder of Revolabs, JP Carney has more than 15 years of experience in wireless technologies. Previously, he has held key positions at companies such as Raytheon, M/A-Com, and most recently, Analog Devices – a world-renowned semiconductor company. One of his many accomplishments at Analog Devices includes growing an RF product line focused on the cellular market from $800,000 in revenue to more than $30 million – all in only three years. In addition, Carney developed the company’s strategy for the development and implementation of IP in the open ISM bands that include wireless LAN and Bluetooth.
Carney holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in electrical engineering from Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts, respectively, as well as an MBA from Babson College.
Marc Cremer, Chief Operating Officer
A senior executive with more than 23 years of experience across the wireless telecommunications, software, and semiconductor industries, Marc Cremer came to Revolabs from Taqua, where he held the position of executive vice president of operations and general manager of wireless. Before Taqua, he served as executive vice president of operations for Tatara Systems, where he managed the company’s eight-month merger and acquisition process with Taqua. Previously, Cremer held the positions of vice president of EMEA and channel sales at Airvana; vice president of sales at PCTEL, Inc.; and director of global sales for Motorola Semiconductors Products Sector.
Cremer holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Northeastern University.
Tim Root, Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of New Business Development
Tim Root has a long history of developing media and telepresence solutions for the video communications and security markets, and brings over 13 years of executive-level experience in both public and venture-backed companies to Revolabs. Most recently he founded VGo Communications (formerly North End Technologies), a developer of robotic telepresence solutions, where he served as inventor, CTO, and vice president of engineering. Previously, he held the positions of president and CEO of Chester Technologies; CTO and vice president of product management for OzVision; and CTO and vice president of business development for Polycom’s Video Division.
Root holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Northeastern University, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and a dual master’s degree in engineering and management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Sloan School of Management.
Peter Hemme, Chief Financial Officer
Peter Hemme brings over 20 years of senior and executive-level experience in financial and operations management to his role of CFO at Revolabs. During that time he honed his abilities and established a successful record of improving profits, raising capital, and managing corporate acquisitions and integrations. Previously, he has served as CFO and Treasurer of Lodestar Corporation, which was sold to Oracle Corporation in 2007. As Vice President and Corporate Controller at Sonus Networks, Inc., he completed a successful IPO and two secondary offerings, raising over $290 million.
Hemme holds an MBA from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Brandeis University.
Jon Schau, Vice President of Engineering
Prior to joining Revolabs, Jon Schau established a solid record of successfully balancing the delivery of new technology products with high-quality customer care as Vice President of Engineering at Way Systems, Polycom, and PictureTel. Previously, he has held development and management positions at CNR, and RF communications start-up, and GTE Strategic Systems, a supplier of command and control systems.
Schau holds a Master of Computer Science degree from Northeastern University.