RapidMind, Inc. provides a software development platform that allows software vendors to deliver performance on multi-core and stream processors. It offers RapidMind Multi-core Development Platform, which enables software organizations to deliver products with less risk and lower development costs, as well as enables single-threaded manageable applications that fully leverage multi-core processors.
The company was founded in 2004 as Serious Hack, Inc. and changed its name to RapidMind, Inc. in 2006. RapidMind, Inc. is based in Waterloo, Canada. As of August 19, 2009, the RapidMind team and products have joined Intel Corporation and continue to work on similar products and technology there under the "Ct Technology" project.
Funding Rounds (2) - $10.87MUpdate
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