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Sound the Siren! Data Intelligence Company backed by Top VCs

last modified Mar 06, 2017 01:00 PM
Siren Solutions have won €1M of seed round funding from Ireland’s Top VCs

Siren Solutions have won €1M of seed round funding from Ireland’s Top VCs, including Atlantica Bridge, Frontline Ventures, Growing Capital and Sorint Lab.

The Data Intelligence company have developed a platform, Kibi, which enables search, browsing and analytics on documents stored in Elasticsearch indexes through an intuitive user interface. Giovanni Tummarrello, CEO of Siren Solutions has commented that the “ VCs have seen the potential for the product to replace existing platforms such as Splunk, Palantir and Qlikview”.

This funding will build onto a successful 2017, and will enable faster development of their product.

Fabio Corneti, VP of Engineering, is based in Cambridge, at ideaSpace South.


More about Siren Solutions

Siren Solutions was founded in 2011 by Dr. Giovanni Tummarello and Dr. Renaud Delbru as a spinoff of their activity at National University of Ireland Galway, and focused on Web Scale structured data handling (Semantic Web).

The core engine “SIREn” (Semantic Information Retrieval Engine) as well as the core ideas behind the Kibi data intelligence platform were developed to address the extreme data variability of the “Web of Data” in the search engine project (read about it here)


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