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TigerGraph Emerges with Native Parallel Graph Database

A startup named TigerGraph emerged from stealth today with a new native parallel graph database that its founder thinks can shake up the analytics market.

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datascience

TigerGraph Emerges with Native Parallel Graph Database

A startup named TigerGraph emerged from stealth today with a new native parallel graph database that its founder thinks can shake up the analytics market.

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siliconangle

New database entrant TigerGraph boasts top speed, $31M in new funding

A graph database startup is unveiling its first product today with $31 million in new series A funding in its pocket.

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fortune

Term Sheet — Wednesday, September 20

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silicontap

TigerGraph Takes $31M For Data Analytics Software

Redwood City-based TigerGraph, a developer of database software used for data analytics, said this morning that it has raised $31M in a Series A funding.

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appdeveloper

TigerGraph nabs $31M in Series A funding

TigerGraph has made announcements including its emergence from stealth, securing of $31M in Series A funding, general availability of TigerGraph, and availability of both its Cloud Service and GraphStudio.

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datanami

TigerGraph Emerges with Native Parallel Graph Database

A startup named TigerGraph emerged from stealth today with a new native parallel graph database that its founder thinks can shake up the analytics market.

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finsmes

TigerGraph Raises $31M in Series A Funding

TigerGraph, a Redwood City, CA-based provider of a graph database platform for enterprise applications, secured $31M in Series A funding.

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zdnet

TigerGraph, a graph database born to roar

Imagine your database of choice blown out of the water by a startup emerging from stealth. TigerGraph may have done just that for graph databases.

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axios

Axios Pro Rata

TigerGraph, a Redwood City, Calif.-based real-time graph analytics platform, has raised $31 million in Series A funding from Qiming VC, Baidu, Ant Financial, AME Cloud, Morado Ventures, Zod Nazem, Danhua Capital and DCVC.

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