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Sones Receives Investment

This is not news anymore, but Sones, producers of GraphDB, have raised an undisclosed amount of additional funding. I guess things will get a bit hotter in the graph database space where there are already a few quite interesting competitors.

On a related note I was wondering how are graph database producers perceived keeping in mind object databases’ history — touted as the replacement of relational databases, thing that never really happened. And if not somehow this is the reason graph databases are trying to catch the NoSQL train.

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