Herndon-Based Razor’s Edge Ventures Invests in Mersive

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Razor’s Edge Ventures, a Herndon-based venture capital firm focused on the national security industry, said it has made a multi-million dollar investment in Denver-based Mersive, a developer of visual computing software that creates and manages high performance displays. Specific financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Mersive said it will use the investment to help fund the expansion of its sales and marketing efforts. Mark Spoto and Rob Painter, managing directors of Razor’s Edge, have joined the company’s board of directors. Mersive’s Sol visual computing software provides auto alignment and display correction capabilities designed to turn low-cost display hardware into ultra-high resolution, large scale, professional quality displays. “We believe that Mersive’s visual computing software is wildly disruptive, relevant and timely for a whole host of applications across both commercial and federal markets, including military simulation and planning platforms, data-intensive analytic environments, command and control centers, and geospatial visualization, just to name a few,” said Painter.