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  2. BlueStacks - Wikipedia

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    The company was founded in 2009 by Jay Vaishnav, Suman Saraf, and Rosen Sharma, former CTO at McAfee and a board member of Cloud.com . Contents 1 History 2 BlueStacks App Player 2.1 BlueStacks 2 2.2 BlueStacks 3 2.3 BlueStacks 3N 2.4 BlueStacks 4 2.5 BlueStacks 5 3 BlueStacks X 4 Minimum requirements 5 See also 6 References History [ edit]

  3. Key People BlueStacks CEO and key executive team BlueStacks's President & CEO is Rosen Sharma. BlueStacks's key executives include Rosen Sharma and 3 others. Rosen Sharma President & CEO Hue Harguindeguy CFO Suman Saraf CTO Jay Vaishnav SVP, Products Report incorrect company information Key Executive Tracking

  4. Bluestacks : A Saviour in the World of Android Application ...

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    Bluestacks is a software technology that enables users to install every Android application on their laptops and PCs, whether a Windows or macOS system. Bluestacks is an America-based company that headquarters in Campbell, California, the U.S. The company was founded by Rosen Sharma, Jay Vaishnav, and Suman Saraf.

  5. BlueStacks, Largest Android Gaming Platform For PCs, Tops 1 ...

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    Founded in 2011 by Rosen Sharma, Jay Vaishnav, Harvinder Sawhney and Suman Saraf, BlueStacks has a global team of over 400 people. The BlueStacks app player has evolved to become one of the top...

  6. Gaming Platform BlueStacks Lays Off Over 120, Including 60 ...

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    This saw a nearly 100 per cent jump in user base," Rosen Sharma, CEO of BlueStacks, told IANS last year. However, not all seems to be hunky-dory at the start-up founded by Sharma, Jay Vaishnav,...

  7. BlueStacks Business Model – How Does ... - BStrategy Insights

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    BlueStacks started its operations in 2008 under Rosen Sharma, Jay Vaishnav and Suman Saraf. The founders are Indians who have experience in relevant fields. Primarily, Sharma was the lead founder. He graduated from IIT Delhi and received a Computer Science PhD from Cornell and Stanford.

  8. Gaming service provider BlueStacks lays off 60 Indian ...

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    BlueStacks, developed in 2011 by Rosen Sharma, Jay Vaishnav, and Suman Saraf, has grown in popularity as the need for Android smartphones has increased. Until enough Android games were available, the startup’s downloads skyrocketed. BlueStacks enables Android users to run Android software on Windows and Mac computers.

  9. With 130M users in 196 countries, Andreessen Horowitz-backed ...

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    Bluestacks, a Silicon Valley-based cross-platform tech company is bridging the gap between smartphones and PCs to bring the best of both worlds to users. The team Story so far Bluestacks was...

  10. Mass Layoffs In 2022: List Of Top Companies That Have Laid ...

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    In 2011, Rosen Sharma, Jay Vaishnav, and Suman Saraf founded BlueStacks. BlueStacks, which has its current headquarters in Campbell, California, is the second-largest PC gaming platform in the world and attempts to bring together PC gamers and the Android gaming community.

  11. List of Top Companies That Have Laid off Their Employees in 2022

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    BlueStacks was founded by Rosen Sharma, Jay Vaishnav, and Suman Saraf in 2011. Headquartered in Campbell, California, United States, BlueStacks is known as the 2nd largest PC gaming platform in the world that aims to bring the PC gamers and the Android gaming library.