Cambridge Computer Lab Ring Company of the Year, Improbable, raises $500m

Cambridge Computer Lab Ring Company of the Year, Improbable, has raised $502m from Japan’s SoftBank corporation.

Founded in 2012 by Computer Lab graduates Herman Narula and Rob Whitehead, Improbable’s software simulates systems on a massive scale with a level of detail not previously possible.

Improbable will remain independent with Softbank having only a minority stake in the business.

You can read more about Improbable in the latest edition of The Ring.

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