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PetraVM secures funds to make software cheaper, more reliable

PetraVM, a new start-up founded by CSE’s Mark Oskin and Luis Ceze, raised $1.5M from Madrona Venture Group and WRF.  PetraVM is out to improve the cost and reliability of software the people use every day — developing technology to enable effective and reliable use of now ubiquitous multi-core systems.

Read the Xcomony article here.
Read the TechFlash article here.

(Update: also see Brier Dudley’s Blog post Stealthy UW multicore software spinoff gets Madrona funding, which has an abundance of detail. -SMR)