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Tunaverse Media, Inc.

Blinq intelligently links computers and devices w/o syncing/uploading, making all personal media (photos, documents, etc.) instantly mobile

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Software
  • Location Ronkonkoma, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded November 2006
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Tunaverse is a technology company that has created first-of-its-kind software called Blinq that makes all personal media mobile w/o syncing or uploading to the Cloud. The company is currently in early stage discussions with leading companies to integrate Blinq to enable their consumers to instantly access/ manage/ share their photos, videos & documents from any location - even media stored at home.


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    Ross Pirtle

    Ross Pirtle developed the premier the train dispatch system running freight and commuter trains throughout the US, and in Canada and Australia, including the Grand Central Terminal in New York. Ross is the owner and CEO of Railware, a software company that has served the railroad industry for almost 15 years and has been developing software since he was eleven. He brings extensive business and software development experience to Tunaverse.

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    Hal Denton

    Hal Denton is managing partner of Denton Tavares Paes, a law firm that specializes in serving the non-profit community and Brazilian businesses operating in the US. He has 25+ years experience as a lawyer, including 20+ years in senior management as General Counsel with AFS Intercultural Programs, the preeminent student exchange organization in the world. Hal has advised numerous non-profits, tech companies, and international businesses.

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    Tom DiEmidio
    Chief Technology Officer

    Tom, also an owner of Railware, worked in the US Air Force as a communications specialist before working for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority at Grand Central Terminal, and then forming Railware with Ross. Tom brings decades of experience in network communications and programming to the Company.

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    Rick Voight
    VP Photography & Commercialization

    Rick was integral in creating HP’s Retail Publishing Division which connects retail / cloud / home. Previous to HP he held junior through senior positions in sales, marketing, new business development and as Vice President, National Sales Manager – Printing, at Kodak.


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    Daniel Garrie; Lawrence Remmel, Pryor Cashman
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    Richard Merck