Alphabet unit GV and the Deutsche Telekom-backed DTCP both invested in the graph database software provider at a valuation topping $2bn.
US-headquartered graph technology provider Neo4J received $325m yesterday in a series F round featuring GV, a corporate venturing subsidiary of internet and technology group Alphabet. Private equity firm Eurazeo led the round at a valuation exceeding $2bn, and DTCP, the investment firm backed by telecommunications firm Deutsche Telekom, also took part, as did One Peak,…
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