Cloud computing

Stratoscale closes down, lays off 60

The Israeli multi-cloud hybrid platform developer raised $70 million from investors including Cisco, Intel and Qualcomm.

OPINION & FEATURES
David Mahlab and Chris Wolfe / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes PowerFleet CEO sees $200m revenue in 3 years

The merger of ID Systems with Pointer Telocation created a company with 600,000 subscribers and 900 employees, including 350 in Israel.

Startup laboratory  / Photo: Reuters Gov't plan strives to turn academic ideas into startups

As Israel's tech transfer companies struggle to deliver, a government committee has formulated a nine-point program.

Venn neighborhood community in Bushwick / Photo: Kfir Ziv Israeli venture capital discovers low tech

Israeli VCs are joining a global trend towards investment in innovative operational models rather than in new technology.

Eduardo Elsztain Elsztain: I invest for my great-grandchildren

Despite the losses, debts, conflicts with regulators, and abandonment by his associates, IDB chairman Eduardo Elsztain is sure he's in the right place.

Traffic on Ayalon Highway All roads lead to a congestion charge

The Ministry of Finance plans to use existing transport schemes as infrastructure for collecting a congestion charge.

Tesla What does Israel hold for Tesla?

What is Tesla is doing in such an insignificant market? Are Israeli consumers ready to buy expensive cars through an app? Just two of the questions.

Ido Susan,  Hillel Kobrinsky / Photo: Uri Alon, Globes "Globes" startup of the year: DriveNets - challenging Cisco and Juniper

Co-founder Hillel Kobrinsky: We looked for a business problem, and then developed the technology, not the other way around.

Google quantum computer component Israel joins the quantum club

In a five-year, government-sponsored program, Israel will focus on quantum science and technological applications.

Rob Anders with work from the Awareness Live Art Series by Ronen Tanchum, commissioned by Niio The deal of the art

Israeli startup Niio aspires to become the Spotify of visual art, but faces some special challenges.

Chinese president Xi Jingping and Greek prime minster Kyriakos Mitsotakis Israel a Chinese bridgehead?

If you want to know what the Chinese are after with Haifa Port, take a look at what they're doing in Greece.

Michelle Heymann and Diane Abensur / Photo: private photo Nanosynex aims to solve antibiotic resistance

The company has developed a way of precisely adapting antibiotics to infections.

Eyal Harari, Yaron Ravkaie / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes "Long-term investors believe in Radcom"

Outgoing CEO Yaron Ravkaie and his replacement Eyal Harari are sure that, as 5G becomes reality, Radcom's technological superiority will win out.

Yaniv Garty "We have all it takes to win in AI"

Intel Israel chief Yaniv Garty talks about providing the complete AI solution, the trade war, corporate responsibility, and why it is worthwhile for Israel to offer Intel subsidies.

Prof. Isaac Ben-Israel Photo: Eyal Izhar Israel's national AI plan unveiled

Prof. Isaac Ben-Israel and Prof. Eviatar Matania head an effort to make Israel an AI power by replicating the success of government investment in cybersecurity.

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