Data Collective, a San Francisco, CA-based venture capital firm focused on Big Data, has launched two funds totalling $280m.
According two regulatory forms filed with the S.E.C., the firm is raising:
– Data Collective IV, L.P., its $155m fourth fund; and
– DCVC Opportunity Fund II, L.P., a $125m fund, which will focus on later-stage rounds for existing investments.
Both documents list co-managing partners Zachary Bogue and Matt Ocko as people related to the offerings.
Data Collective invests in Big Data companies which capture, store, secure, transmit, transform, and analyze data for economic advantage, both with huge volumes and high speed.
The current portfolio includes Alation, Amplitude, Appurify, Declara, FeedZai, Firebase, Fliptop, Inbox, Interana, Messql, Meteor, Oration, Parse, Pepperdata, Qumulo, Ranker, Signifyd, Simpler, Tempo, Vicarius, and Virool.