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Bayes, formerly known as DOJO Madness and currently (still) a Berlin-based esports startup that uses big data to build tools and services, has raised $6 million to continue expanding its platform. The round included investments from the Pohlad Family investment group, Fertitta Capital, Sony Innovation Fund and other sports
Quantexa, a London-based contextual decision intelligence software, has raised $64.7 million in Series C funding. The round was led by Evolution Equity Partners, with ‘major participation’ from existing investors Dawn Capital, AlbionVC and HSBC. New investors ABN AMRO Ventures also joined previous investor Accenture. The big data analytics platform
LynxCare, the Leuven-based big data startup working in healthcare, has raised €1.8 million, led by btov Partners with support from existing investor, HERAN Partners. This round follows a €1.75 million raise last April, and will fuel European and US expansion. As the healthcare industry undergoes digital transformation, massive amounts
Israeli startup Varada that’s working on big data inline indexing solutions has raised a $7.5 million seed funding round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation by StageOne Ventures and F2 Capital. Of this amount, $2.5 million was raised in 2018 as the first part of the round. Varada’s
Swedish startup Logical Clocks, which co-develops the open-source big data platform Hops, has raised a €1.25 million funding round from Inventure, Frontline Ventures, and AI Seed. Timo Tirkkonen, co-founder and partner of Inventure, will join the startup’s board as the chairman. Logical Clocks is one of the developers of
Stratio, a big data analytics startup founded in Madrid, has raised €13 million in a funding round Adara Ventures, with participation from GP Bullhound. Stratio develops its main product for enterprise customers, Stratio Data Centric, focusing on artificial intelligence and big data analytics with a technology stack including Cassandra,
Belgian startup Trendminer that provides analytics software solutions for large industrial companies has been fully acquired by Germany-based enterprise software giant Software AG, Tijd.be reported. The parties didn’t disclose the amount of the deal, mentioning only that is was a “significant multiple of the turnover,” which reached €6 million