Krisp makes it to Forbes Cloud 100 Rising Stars

Krisp makes it to Forbes Cloud 100 Rising Stars

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia startup Krisp has been included in the Forbes' Cloud 100 Rising Stars, which recognizes 20 startups on the cutting edge of the industry, all with the potential to be among tomorrow’s top private cloud companies.

Krisp Technologies uses AI to remove background noise from video apps such as Zoom. It applies a machine learning system to audio in real time that has been trained on what is and isn’t the human voice. What isn’t a voice gets carefully removed even during speech, and what remains sounds clearer.

It was reported in early August that Krisp has attracted a new $5 million Series A funding round to expand and diversify its timely offering.

All 20 Rising Stars companies look to join the 16 Rising Stars alumni companies that have graduated to the main Cloud 100 list since 2016. ServiceTitan, another startup created by Armenians, currently sits 11th in the 2020 edition of Cloud 100, the annual ranking of the world’s top private cloud companies.

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