German AI start-up Aleph Alpha has secured a significant $500 million in a Series B funding round. The round was led by the Innovation Park Artificial Intelligence (Ipai), co-led by Schwarz Group and Bosch Ventures, with participation from new investors like Christ&Company Consulting, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, SAP, and Burda Principal Investments, as well as existing institutional investors.
Aleph Alpha, founded in 2019, emphasizes giving clients “full sovereignty” over AI integration into their businesses. With 70 employees, the company specializes in EU-regulated data protection, security, and collaborations with governmental bodies, law enforcement, and healthcare. CEO Jonas Andrulis stated their commitment to expanding offerings while preserving customer flexibility and independence in infrastructure, cloud compatibility, on-premise support, and hybrid setups.