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Graph Databases Everywhere by 2020, Says Neo4j Chief In a market rife with disruptive innovation, perhaps nothing will be as groundbreaking over the next five years as the widespread adoption of graph databases, according to Neo Technology CEO Emil Eifrem. Just four years since its founding, Neo Technology has risen to the top of the graph database heap, which itself has seen a remarkable amount of growth compared to other database types (see fig. 1). The company’s product, called Neo4j, is arguably the most mature of the graph databases, which are an advanced type of NoSQL databases used for a variety of analytical and transactional tasks. Today the graph database company announced $20 million Series C round of funding, which Eifrem says validates what the company has already done, and prepares it for what it will do next.

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