CIA, others invest in Mersive Technologies

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Mersive Technologies, a company that makes large-screen, video-display software, revealed a round of funding this week — and it came from none other than The Company. That’s right. The Denver-based business received an undisclosed amount of venture capital from In-Q-Tel — the venture capital arm of the CIA and other U.S. intelligence agencies — and from another VC firm connected to the intelligence community. Razor’s Edge Ventures LLC, a Herndon, Va., venture group that’s funded by executives and officials from the national security industry, also participated in the funding round.