Palantir is able to integrate all forms of data, including real-time logs, emails, chat conversations, social media content, and even images and video content. Engineers, as they help install the platform, pool data from all sources, ingesting them into the Palantir platform and creating objects that can be referenced during an investigation.
Over the years, Palantir has added several new technologies to its two product platforms, based on its learning in the defense and finance domains, and it has proliferated them to other industry domains. Palantir is very popular among customers primarily because of its user-friendly applications, which help identify unusual patterns. Analysts can then research those patterns further to develop investigative hypotheses while maintaining data privacy.
Tech Crunch: AOC flagged ‘material risks’ to Palantir investors in letter to SEC 1 October 2020
BBC: Palantir now worth £17B 30 September 2020
CNBC: Palantir reference price for direct listing comes in at $7.25 a share, NYSE says 29 September 2020
Palantir expected to be valued at nearly US$22B in trading debut, as reported by The Wall Street Journal 24 September 2020
Tech Crunch:Palantir publishes 2020 revenue guidance of US$1.05B, will trade starting Sept 30th 23 September 2020
Palantir hires Citadel Securities for direct listing on NYSE, reported by Bloomberg 11 September 2020
As direct listing looms, Palantir insiders are accelerating stock sales, as recorded on Tech Crunch 10 September 2020
CNBC: Palantir is being valued around $10.5 billion ahead of direct listing as investors question growth story 9 September 2020