OrCam, which has developed a wearable aid for people with impaired vision, raised $30.4 million in a round led by Clal Insurance and Meitav Dash Provident Funds and Pension Ltd.
Maurice Levy: Vivatech has an ongoing love story with Israel. This year's show will also feature a focus on Africa.
Beersheva-based Morphisec specializes in Moving Target Defense.
Sources inform "Globes" that Intel will receive 20%-30% of the investment in Israeli government grants.
The company's share price plummeted 30% on Nasdaq and 17% on the TASE.
The investment target is probably an upgrade of the Intel Kiryat Gat fab to 7-nanometer technology.
For the Israeli companies that participated in Oracle's startup accelerator, direct flights and time zone are just two reasons to open up in New York.
CEO Barak Eilam: Our addressable market has increased five-fold.
The company's CEO, Shwed is paid only the minimum wage, but receives generous remuneration in shares.
Bitmain has developed the Antminer S9 – a bitcoin mining machine.
The Israeli cloud-based web development platform has reported 47% revenue growth for 2017 and expects 40% growth in 2018.
The Israeli company already offers an advanced email protection solution, and will use the funds to expand its global presence and product portfolio.
Erez Antebi tells "Globes" that Allot Communications is targeting the IoT cybersecurity market.
A large project in Japan was called off, resulting in streamlining and layoffs by the company.
Based in Caesarea, the Israeli company has developed machine vision inspection for textile fabrics and technical webs.
Outgoing Microsoft Israel R&D head Yoram Yaacovi: Why quarrel about bits of land when we have amazing human capital on both the Israeli and the Arab Palestinian side.
Move over, blockchain! The enthusiasts at the IOTA Foundation's Israel R&D center say Tangle is the future.
The Israel Innovation Authority's new chairperson Ami Appelbaum sets out his vision for the Startup Nation.
Go-Arc's work safety system is based on stimulation and incentives.
Pipl has raised $19 million from IGP. Founder and CEO Matthew Hertz tells "Globes" about the search engine's ability to find people.
The US tax reform challenges the attractiveness of Israeli high tech to foreign companies and investors, insists Intel Israel CEO Yaniv Garti.
As HERE Mobility launches its vehicle fleet optimization service, Liad Itzhak tells "Globes" about the rapid expansion of HERE's Israel development center.
The competition means higher wages and better conditions for students working in high tech.
Intel VP Elkana Ben-Sinai tells "Globes" that the transition from 4G to 5G is the biggest leap yet.
Since resigning as CEO of Microsoft Israel, Skop has invested in 17 startups, joined the investment committee of Alumot Tech, and run the "computer for every child" campaign.
Ethosia CEO Eyal Solomon warns that salaries in the sector are a bubble, which might burst because companies will be forced to leave Israel.
LogMeIn got more than it thought it was getting when it acquired Israeli company Nanorep.
The Israeli video platform company is not in a rush to hold an IPO, but is sure that one will happen at the right time.
The Israeli company's product is being tested by three major auto industry companies.
Israel's auto-tech industry is buzzing as Mobileye is installed in Chinese buses, startups close large financing rounds and carmakers open offices in Israel.