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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.

HQSan Francisco, CA, US

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)26
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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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SigOpt total Funding

$8.7 m

SigOpt latest funding size

$6.60 m

Time since last funding

4 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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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

Adding More Support in NVIDIA GPU Operator

Reliably provisioning servers with GPUs can quickly become complex as multiple components must be installed and managed to use GPUs with Kubernetes. The GPU Operator simplifies the initial deployment and management and is based on the Operator Framework. NVIDIA, Red Hat, and others in the community …

Leveraging Machine Learning to Detect Fraud: Tips to Developing a Winning Kaggle Solution

Kaggle is an online community that allows data scientists and machine learning engineers to find and publish data sets, learn, explore, build models, and collaborate with their peers. Members also enter competitions to solve data science challenges. Kaggle members earn the following medals for their…

Improving Apache Spark Performance and Reducing Costs with Amazon EMR and NVIDIA

Apache Spark has emerged as the standard framework for large-scale, distributed, data analytics processing. NVIDIA worked with the Apache Spark community to accelerate the world’s most popular data analytics framework and to offer revolutionary GPU acceleration on several leading platforms, includin…

Building the Smart Cloud Using the Best SmartNICs and DPUs, Part 2

This post was originally published on the Mellanox blog. In part one, I said that the smart devices around us are changing our lives in remarkable ways. However, the infrastructure to support these smart innovations hasn’t fully evolved in terms of flexibility, performance, and efficiency. A softwar…

Building the Smart Cloud Using the Best SmartNICs and DPUs, Part 1

This post was originally published on the Mellanox blog. Amazon recently announced that Alexa, the smart personal voice assistant is expanding from a small desktop gadget and getting into the fabric of our life. Anything and everything can get an Alexa boost, including your microwave, home security,…

Scaling Out the Deep Learning Cloud Efficiently

The Duchess of Windsor famously said that you can never be too rich or too thin. A similar observation is true when trying to match deep learning applications and compute resources: You can never have too much horsepower. Intractable problems in fields as diverse as finance, security, medical resear…
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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 26 employees.

  • Who are SigOpt competitors?

    Competitors of SigOpt include AVORA, 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.