Clark was chairman and financial backer of network-security startup Neoteris, founded in 2000, which was acquired by Net Screen in 2003 and subsequently by Juniper Networks.
Clark was a founding director and investor in the biotechnology company DNA Sciences, founded in 1998 to unravel the genetics of common disease using volunteers recruited from the Internet launched August 1, 2000 (see The New York Times).
Clark received the ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics Achievement Award in 1984.
He was a recipient of the 1997 Kilby International Awards, which honored him for his computer graphics vision and for enabling networked information exchange.
James Henry Clark (born March 23, 1944) is an American entrepreneur and computer scientist.
Clark began taking night courses at Tulane University's University College where, despite his lack of a high school diploma, he was able to earn enough credits to be admitted to the University of New Orleans.
One of the girls in his crew was Australian model Kristy Hinze, and judging by the pics of them in the water, it appears they were having a blast.
At one point, Bloom made the 37-year-old blond beauty break out in laughter when he put on a scuba diving mask.
By 1991, Silicon Graphics became the world leader in the production of Hollywood movie visual effects and 3-D imaging.
Silicon Graphics focused on the high-end market where they could charge a premium for their special hardware and graphics software.