SingleStore (MemSQL) Stock

singlestore.comEnterprise SoftwareFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $388.78MM

SingleStore (formerly MemSQL) is a provider of solutions for modern data workloads spanning transactions, analytics and AI for leading businesses undergoing digital transformation. The company's platform provides global enterprises with an intelligent database that works on any cloud on-premises or as a service runs transactions and analytics at the same time, enabling clients to promote their business through analytics and combine semi-structured data into a consolidated big data platform. SingleStore was founded as MemSQL in 2011 by Eric Frenkiel, Adam Prout and Nikita Shamgunov.

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Management Team

Raj Verma
Chief Executive Officer
Adam Prout
Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder
Brad Kinnish
Chief Financial Officer
Paul Forte
Chief Revenue Officer

Board Members

Bruce Armstrong
Khosla Ventures
Kevin Efrusy
Lonne Jaffe
Insight Partners
Ted Kummert
Madrona Venture Group

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SingleStore, which provides a relational database platform for enterprise, has raised an additional $30 million as part of its extended Series F.
SingleStore, the cloud-native database built for speed and scale to power data-intensive applications, announced Wednesday it has raised $116 million in financing led by the growth equity business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management (Goldman Sachs).
SingleStore, a startup developing database technologies that can run in the cloud or on-premises, has closed an extension of its Series F round.