Christian Jacquemot

Christian Jacquemot.

Christian Jacquemot is CTO of Twinlife he co-founded with Michel Gien (former co-founder and initial CEO of VirtualLogix, then Executive VP & General Manager mobile virtualization at RedBend Software). Twinlife purpose is to enable each person and organization to manage their digital interactions with the same level of flexibility and freedom and to control their personal data with the same level of privacy as in physical life, ie, to help you “Own your Life Online”.

Previously, Christian Jacquemot was CTO & VP Engineering of mobile virtualization at Red Bend software. He joined Red Bend in September 2010 when the company acquired VirtualLogix (formerly known as Jaluna), a pioneer in mobile virtualization he co-founded in 2002. VirtualLogix mobile virtualization technology enables multiple operating systems and application software solutions to run simultaneously on a single mobile device. Christian Jacquemot served as VirtualLogix CTO & VP Engineering.


Before co-founding VirtualLogix, Christian Jacquemot was a key member of the architect team in charge of the specification and development of Sun’s carrier-grade high-availability system software for leading telecom manufacturers. Christian Jacquemot was a chief architect at Chorus Systems where he extended the Chorus communications-oriented micro-kernel technology with an object oriented middleware addressing the needs of telecom manufacturers. He promoted this middleware as an Object Management Group (OMG) standard (minimum and real-time CORBA).

Prior to Chorus Systems, Christian Jacquemot worked from 1985 to 1990 as a research engineer at France Telecom Research Labs on the development and application of synchronous languages.

Christian Jacquemot graduated from Ecole Polytechnique in 1980 and from Ecole des Telecommunications Paris, France in 1985.