Today TDengine, the open-source, cloud-native time-series database (TSDB) optimized for IoT, was named one of the Top 50 Most Promising Startups by tech sector-oriented media organization The Information.
The Top 50 Most Promising Startups is a yearly collection of up-and-coming enterprises in fields such as data, fintech, and cybersecurity that are considered by industry sources to have the most potential for future growth and valuation.
“I’m thrilled to see that TDengine has been selected as one of the most promising startups,” said Jeff Tao, founder and core developer of TDengine. “This is another indication that industry insiders understand the potential of TDengine to power modern data workflows in IoT and other rapidly growing markets. I’m confident that TDengine is well positioned to continue making technical as well as business breakthroughs going forward.”
TDengine is a popular open-source data platform purpose-built for time-series data. With over 19,000 stars on GitHub and hundreds of new running instances daily, TDengine is used in over 50 countries worldwide. The company has raised $69M in venture capital, including a $47M 2021 series B round from MatrixPartners China, Sequoia Capital China, GGV Capital, and Index Capital.
Subscribers to The Information can view the full list here.