Search startup Cuill has announced $25 million in venture capital as part of a second round of funding. Among those behind the new search engine are search experts from Google, IBM, eBay, Alta Vista, Xerox PARC, the Internet Archive and Stanford University.
Chief Executive Officer and co-founder Tom Costello said that Cuill “is using breakthroughs in search architecture and technological advances to create a new paradigm in search, and we now have the resources to reach the next level in pure search.”
Previously, Cuill raised $8 million from Tugboat Ventures and Greylock Partners.
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