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About Palantir

Palantir (NYSE: PLTR) operates as an analytical software company. The company's main services include providing software that enables customers to integrate and analyze their data, thereby facilitating the solution of problems. It primarily sells to sectors such as national security, healthcare, energy, finance, and manufacturing. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Denver, Colorado.

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1200 17th Street Floor 15

Denver, Colorado, 80202,

United States




Research containing Palantir

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Palantir in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Apr 12, 2023.

Expert Collections containing Palantir

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Palantir Patents

Palantir has filed 1598 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • data management
  • database management systems
  • diagrams
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Integrated development environments, Business intelligence, Web frameworks, Information technology management, Data management


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Integrated development environments, Business intelligence, Web frameworks, Information technology management, Data management



Latest Palantir News

Fujitsu and Palantir expand partnership to global markets

Dec 8, 2023

UKHotViews Fujitsu initially entered into a strategic collaboration with Palantir in 2020, seeking to strengthen propositions around digital transformation in the Japanese market. Since then, Fujitsu has been Palantir Japan's exclusive flagship technology partner in Japan, working with customers across manufacturing, utility, financial services, and public sectors. Under the new partnership, Fujitsu will develop services that incorporate the capabilities of Palantir Foundry, which integrates and manages large-scale data distributed across Palantir's various systems, into the data infrastructure for Fujitsu Uvance. Palantir AIP, which activates LLMs and other AI on customers' private networks, will also be integrated and provided to customers. Fujitsu will first work to deliver services in the ESG management and SCM areas that contribute to solving societal issues and business transformation and gradually expand to other areas. These will be provided to the Japan market in FY23 and then expand to North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific markets in FY24. Whilst it has taken some time, it is great to see this partnership expanded globally, and will help provide a great platform for Fujitsu to capitalise on the demand for data infrastructure, analytics and AI. Globally the Fujitsu business has struggled for growth, up 2.1% in Q1, but closer to home, we’ve seen the firm invest in its Centre for Cognitive and Advanced Technologies (C-CAT) as it seeks to build and promote its AI and data capabilities. Palantir themselves continue to grow strong globally, though the UK was the lowest growth region in Q3, up 8% yoy. Palantir secured a £25m contract with NHS England in June to facilitate the transition of the COVID-19 Data Store (See NHS Federated Data Platform winners announced ), and in September announced Babcock will utilise Palantir’s data platform to transform, model, and build data-driven solutions and strengthen its digital defence capabilities (See Babcock to use Palantir data platform ).

Palantir Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Palantir founded?

    Palantir was founded in 2003.

  • Where is Palantir's headquarters?

    Palantir's headquarters is located at 1200 17th Street, Denver.

  • What is Palantir's latest funding round?

    Palantir's latest funding round is PIPE - II.

  • How much did Palantir raise?

    Palantir raised a total of $2.494B.

  • Who are the investors of Palantir?

    Investors of Palantir include Soros Fund Management, Third Point, Manhattan Venture Partners, 8VC, Fabrica Ventures and 25 more.

  • Who are Palantir's competitors?

    Competitors of Palantir include Shield AI,, Adarga, Cognitive Space, CulturePulse and 7 more.


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