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NTopology gets another round of funding – another step toward becoming a stand-alone generative design platform

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October 07, 2020
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It has been only two months since nTopology's last raise from In-Q-Tel. Now the company has announced another round, a $40 million Series C led by new investor Insight Partners and joined by existing ones including RootCanaan PartnersDCVC, and Haystack. According to the company, COVID-19 has actually accelerated its business, as most of its users are working from home and have more hands-on time for its software solutions. NTopology has shown strong momentum in the past year or so by securing a few rounds of funding and new customers; it has also developed the one stand-alone generative design platform. Clients should engage and compare the results and cost with incumbents (such as Autodesk and Ansys). 

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