Monday, November 05, 2007

Cilk Arts Raises First Round of Venture Capital - Lexington, MA

Cilk Arts, a Lexington-based developer of software programming tools for multiprocessor computers, has raised an undisclosed amount of venture capital in its first investment round, led by Ray Stata, founder and chairman of Analog Devices, and Paul Levine, founding CEO of Atria software. Founded in 2006 by Charles Leiserson, a professor at MIT, Cilk has also received grant funding from the National Science Foundation. Leiserson is now serving as Cilk's CTO, while Duncan McCallum, who previously ran the Boston office of Bessemer Venture Partners, is Cilk's CEO.


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