CVC Fund has invested in Undo, offering its program execution capture and replay technology in the debugging tools space, alongside with Cambridge Innovation Capital
31VENTURES Global Innovation Fund has invested in Undo, a Cambridge based company offering its program execution capture and replay technology in the debugging tools space to help others diagnose software failures.
Undo’s vision is to apply its unique technology to address the emerging $1trillion software accountability problems – for instance, when OEMs/Tier1s need to investigate why a self-driving car hit a pedestrian or when a bank is asked by its regulator to explain a suspect series of trades.
Undo is setting a new standard in software debugging through its program execution capture & replay technology, allowing vendors of complex Linux applications to diagnose quickly severe software failures in test or in production and fix critical bugs that are impossible to reproduce by any other means. Also, Undo’s record, rewind and replay technology is used by application vendors who would rather diagnose and fix serious software defects before they cause havoc in production. Its products are used by many of the world’s biggest software companies including SAP, Micro Focus and Mentor Graphics.
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