GV and Intel Capital returned to reinvest in the computing technology provider, which was co-founded by Stanford professors and has now raised more than $450m altogether.

SambaNova Systems, a US-based artificial intelligence system developer co-founded by Stanford University faculty, received $250m in series C funding yesterday led by funds and accounts managed by investment firm BlackRock. Intel Capital and GV, respective subsidiaries of chipmaker Intel and conglomerate Alphabet, also took part in the round, as did venture capital firms Walden International,…

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