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SigOpt is the optimization platform that amplifies customer's research. SigOpt takes any research pipeline and tunes it, right in place. The Company's cloud-based ensemble of optimization algorithms is easy to deploy and is used within the insurance, credit card, algorithmic trading and consumer packaged goods industries.

TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQSan Francisco, CA, US
Websitesigopt.com

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)23(-8%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at SigOpt

Andrew Ellingwood

Andrew Ellingwood

Sales Director
Scott Clark

Scott Clark

Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Patrick Hayes

Patrick Hayes

Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Michael Walker

Michael Walker

Sales Director
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SigOpt Office Locations

SigOpt has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
100 Bush St, San Francisco
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SigOpt Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

SigOpt total Funding

$8.7 m

SigOpt latest funding size

$6.6 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

SigOpt investors

SigOpt's latest funding round in August 2016 was reported to be $6.6 m. In total, SigOpt has raised $8.7 m
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SigOpt Cybersecurity Score

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B

85/100

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SigOpt Online and Social Media Presence

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SigOpt News and Updates

Intel acquires AI software optimization platform SigOpt

Intel will acquire SigOpt, a startup developing a machine learning model optimization platform, for an undisclosed amount.

In-Q-Tel invests in SigOpt to help U.S. intelligence agencies optimize AI

In-Q-Tel, an investment firm that connects tech companies with the U.S. Intelligence community, has taken an undisclosed stake in SigOpt, a San Francisco-based AI startup. The move will provide the startup with additional capital and help it reach an audience of secretive AI practitioners at spy age…

SigOpt Blogs

NEW on NGC: Simplify and Unify Biomedical Analytics with Vyasa

Vyasa, a leading provider of tools in the field of biomedical analytics, developed a suite of products that efficiently integrate with existing compute infrastructure via an extensive RESTful API architecture.

Japan’s University of Aizu Uses NVIDIA Jetson to Nurture AI and Robotics Talent

University of Aizu, a premier computer science and engineering institution in Japan, conducted a two-week intensive learning program based on the NVIDIA Jetson Nano edge AI platform and Jetson AI Certification.

Gauss Rank Transformation Is 100x Faster with RAPIDS and CuPy

As explained in the Batch Normalization paper, training neural networks becomes way easier if its input is Gaussian. This is clear. And if your model inputs are not Gaussian, RAPIDS will just transform it to Gaussian in the blink of an eye. Gauss rank transformation is a novel standardization techni…

Training and Optimizing a 2D Pose Estimation Model with the NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit, Part 2

The first post in this series covered how to train a 2D pose estimation model using an open-source COCO dataset with the BodyPoseNet app in the NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit. In this post, you learn how to optimize the pose estimation model in the NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit. It walks you th…

Training and Optimizing a 2D Pose Estimation Model with the NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit, Part 1

Human pose estimation is a popular computer vision task of estimating key points on a person’s body such as eyes, arms, and legs. This can help classify a person’s actions, such as standing, sitting, walking, lying down, jumping, and so on. Understanding the context of what a person might be doing i…

Accelerating Model Development and AI Training with Synthetic Data, SKY ENGINE AI platform, and NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit

In AI and computer vision, data acquisition is costly and time-consuming and human-based labeling can be error-prone. The accuracy of the models is also affected by insufficient and poorly balanced data and the prolonged time required to improve the deep learning models. It always requires the reacq…
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SigOpt Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was SigOpt founded?

    SigOpt was founded in 2014.

  • Who are SigOpt key executives?

    SigOpt's key executives are Andrew Ellingwood, Scott Clark and Patrick Hayes.

  • How many employees does SigOpt have?

    SigOpt has 23 employees.

  • Who are SigOpt competitors?

    Competitors of SigOpt include Allstacks, ZenBusiness and Flutura.

  • Where is SigOpt headquarters?

    SigOpt headquarters is located at 100 Bush St, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are SigOpt offices?

    SigOpt has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does SigOpt have?

    SigOpt has 1 office.