Tristan Leteurtre, CEO
Tristan Leteurtre is co-founder and CEO of Anevia. In 2001/2002 he led a VideoLAN project to create a free video player and streamer, which has become a world-wide reference in the field of video over IP. In 2001 he also won the IBM International Linux Challenge. Prior to founding Anevia, he worked for Philips (Eindhoven, NL) on innovative digital TV projects. Mr. Leteurtre graduated in engineering and computer science from the Ecole Centrale Paris (France) and the University of Cambridge (UK).
Damien Lucas, EVP
Damien Lucas, another co-founder of Anevia, is an expert in video streaming technologies for fixed and mobile networks. He is responsible for extending Anevia’s business through sales and new product developments. Prior to Anevia, he worked as a robotic engineer at Dassault Aviation where he developed and deployed a new system for piloting and monitoring robots for the assembly of wing components for Rafale & Falcon Jets. He also worked for the town council of Meudon in France where he developed and deployed GIS applications. He is a graduate of the Ecole Centrale Paris (France) where he met Anevia’s other co-founders while working on the VideoLAN project.
Christelle Faure, COO Operations
Christelle Faure is responsible for the management of Anevia’s operations and R&D activities. She began her career with Devoteam where she led project development missions for SFR and Orange. She then moved to the London office of Fujitsu, where she was responsible for R&D projects on 3G services. Later she joined Myriad Group, a software editor specializing in mobile telecom applications, where she managed the growth of the professional services team in an international environment. She is a graduate in telecommunications from Telecom SudParis and holds an MBA from IAE Paris.
Alexandre Arnodin, VP Sales Engineering
Alexandre ARNODIN leads Anevia’s sales engineering team responsible for ensuring technology fulfillment of customer and partner requirements. His global track record in delivering video distribution projects includes over 7 years in APAC sales and engineering at Thomson in China and 3 years at Grass Valley as an EMEA business developer. He graduated with a degree in opto-electronics engineering from Polytech’Paris-Sud.