Video Monet® by Optical Fusion for Video Conference Calls


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Optical Fusion, Inc

2672 Bayshore Pkwy, Suite 1020
Mountain View, CA 94043

Optical Fusion, Inc. is changing the world with its introduction of Video Monet®, a high quality comprehensive multipoint videoconferencing solution. The service delivers HD video providing a dedicated room like experience without custom hardware or software. The software runs on Windows, Android, MAC, and iOS platforms.

Optical Fusion Inc., together with its subsidiary in Bangalore, India, has around 60 employees, with over 50 of them being a part of the technical team.


Mukund Thapa - CEO, President, CTO.

Dr. Mukund Thapa is the founder and chief technology architect for Video-Monet. He envisioned a comprehensive business oriented multi-point videoconferencing solution across all devices including mobile, well before the smartphones were launched. He has over 25 years' experience as an entrepreneur, software developer, mathematician, computer scientist. At Optical Fusion, Inc., he is responsible for the technology architecture and managing the US-based organization, as well as its subsidiary in Bengaluru, India.

Dr. Mukund Thapa graduated with a PhD in Operations Research from Stanford. His past accomplishment include the following.

  • After working briefly at Applied Decision Analysis, Inc., he founded Stanford Business Software, Inc. Here he developed custom algorithms for satellite communications, large-scale mathematical models, databases, GUI, specialized algorithms, and financial models.
  • He has been a consulting professor at Stanford and has taught PhD/MS level courses there in the past.
  • His publications include two textbooks on linear programming with Professor George B. Dantzig, inventor of linear programming; and, a forthcoming textbook on Linear/Nonlinear programming with Professor Richard Cottle of Stanford University.
  • He has eight published patents (one on satellite communications and seven in videoconferencing).
    Several others have been filed and are pending approval.