Amadeus Capital Partners Ltd
Amadeus Capital Partners is a private equity fund management company. The company's funds Amadeus I (£50m) and Amadeus II (£235m) focus on investing in early stage technology companies with global potential.
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Amadeus is a specialist venture capital firm backing new technologies. Founded in 1997 by Anne Glover, Hermann Hauser and Peter Wynn, Amadeus manages £285 million and has backed 35 companies in the UK and continental Europe, covering computer hardware and software, mobile and fixed communications technologies and new media. The firm has established a reputation among entrepreneurs for silicon valley-style, hands on assistance and 'door opening', and among investors for proving that early stage technology investing can be profitable in the long term.
Amadeus' investments include Cambridge Silicon Radio, producing 'Bluetooth' single chip radios for short range connections, Mediasurface, Europe's leading web- content management software provider, Entuity, a network performance management software specialist, Plastic Logic, developing plastic circuits for mass applications, and Southampton Photonics, an optical component and sub-system supplier. Successful realisations from the Amadeus portfolio include Entropic, bought by Microsoft, Element-14, bought by Broadcom Corporation, and Orchestream, now a public company.
Tessian, the UK-based machine intelligence start-up transforming the way enterprises secure email, announces that it has raised £9 million ($13 million) in a Series A round led by Balderton Capital and existing investors, Accel. Amadeus Capital Partners, Crane, LocalGlobe, Winton Ventures and Walking Ventures also participated in the round.
19 June 2018Read in full
Synthace Ltd., the technology company behind the Antha operating system for biology, announced that it has raised £7.3m ($9.6m) in Series A funding. White Cloud Capital, Amadeus Capital Partners and Eleven Two Capital participated in the round alongside existing shareholders that included Sofinnova Partners, SOSV and Bioeconomy Capital.
21 September 2017Read in full
XMOS Ltd, a leader in voice capture solutions for the consumer electronics market, has today announced its $15M Series-E funding round. The round was led by Infineon Technologies with additional funding from existing investors Amadeus Capital Partners, Draper Esprit, Foundation Capital and Robert Bosch Venture Capital.
14 September 2017Read in full
Tailored.to, the personalised shopping assistant that powers personalised advertising, today announced that it has closed the last tranche of a $900k seed investment round.
17 August 2017Read in full
Machine intelligence company, Graphcore, has today announced a $30 million Series B funding round, led by Atomico. The new funding comes as the company prepares to ship its first Intelligence Processing Unit (IPU) hardware to customers later this year, with scale-up production for enterprise datacentres and cloud environments in 2018.
24 July 2017Read in full
HAT Data Exchange, the technology company behind the Hub of All Things personal data exchange ecosystem, has secured funding and expertise from Amadeus Capital Partners and Humayun Sheikh, exiting seed stage to promote the development of its privacy-preserving online infrastructure.
27 June 2017Read in full
Improbable, a British technology company with its roots in Cambridge, announced that it has raised $502m in a round of Series B funding led by SoftBank. The investment will enable further development of Improbable’s virtual world and massive-scale simulation technology.
12 May 2017Read in full
Winton Group, a global investment management and data science company, has invested £750,000 as part of a £1.25m investment round into Exonar Limited, a British company that is redefining how organisations can map and understand their data to minimise risk and ensure compliance with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR).
27 April 2017Read in full