UK-based graphene electronics technology company Paragraf announces today the addition of £3.4m to its series A round, with Draper Esprit joining as significant investor, bringing the total to £16.2m. The round was led by Parkwalk and included investment from IQ Capital, Amadeus Capital Partners, Cambridge Enterprise, the commercialisation arm of the University of Cambridge and Partners Investment Company, as well as several angel investors. The additional funding will enable Paragraf to significantly accelerate the delivery of its first graphene-based electronics products to market, transitioning the company into a commercial, revenue-generating entity.
Iotic has secured investment of €7.5million to accelerate growth and meet increasing demand for its pioneering digital twin technology. Iotic enables enterprises and their ecosystems of assets, objects, companies and people to interact automatically and securely. The digital software company provides the secure operating environment and tools to create digital twins of any thing, enabling their secure interactions, and building true interoperable ecosystems.
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Privitar, whose software enables customers worldwide to safely and efficiently extract maximum value from their sensitive data without compromising data privacy, today announced that it ranked 9th in the 2019 Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in the UK. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over the last four years. Privitar grew 3,431 percent during this period.