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Bitrise is a fast-growing platform for mobile app development, enabling developers to automate integration, testing, and deployment Over 100,000 mobile developers globally use Bitrise technology to facilitate their mobile app development process. The platform currently processes over 250,000 monthly mobile builds for Android, iOS, React Native, Xamarin, Flutter and more. Some of the world’s most downloaded apps are built on Bitrise.
  • Budapest, Hungary
IQM is driving disruptive advancements in quantum computing. By following their unique Co-Design strategy, they are able to deliver quantum advantage to their clients with application-specific quantum processors. The applications range from more efficient medication to discovering planet-saving materials, intelligent systems, and sustainable industrial processes. IQM has become the leading European company for superconducting quantum computers with operations in Finland and Germany.
  • Espoo, Finland
MariaDB frees companies from the costs, constraints and complexity of proprietary databases, enabling them to reinvest in what matters most – rapidly developing innovative, customer-facing applications. MariaDB uses pluggable engines to support workloads that previously required a variety of specialized databases. With complexity and constraints eliminated, enterprises can now depend on a single complete database solution for all their needs, whether on commodity hardware, on their cloud of choice or through MariaDB SkySQL as a fully managed cloud database. Deployed in minutes for transactional, analytical or hybrid use cases at any scale, MariaDB delivers unmatched operational agility without sacrificing key enterprise features including real ACID compliance and full SQL.
  • Helsinki, Finland

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MySQL is an open-source database that supports scalable web-based and embedded database applications. Founding partners of OpenOcean, Michael ‘Monty’ Widenius, Patrik Backman and Ralf Wahlsten, were founders and early investors in MySQL. MySQL is the first European unicorn and was bought by Sun Microsystems in January 2008 for $1 billion.
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