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Ronen Samuel Photo: PR Kornit Digital underwriters exercise options

This brings the total raised in the Israeli textile printing solutions company's offering to $137.3 million.

Foresight Photo: PR Foresight soars after Elbit deal

Elbit will integrate Foresight's image processing software in its products.

Rafi Amit Chroma completes acquisition of 20% Camtek stake

The Taiwanese company is paying $74.3 million for a 20% stake in the Israeli metrology and inspection equipment manufacturer.

Hot logo Hot forced to raise Internet prices

The Ministry of Communications found that Hot was selling its 200-megabyte package for less than the price it charged Partner and Cellcom.

Facial recognition Photo: Shutterstock Facial recognition co AnyVision raises $31m

The Israeli computer vision company has developed core software solutions that make all cameras smart.

Oracle Photo: Shutterstock Oracle to lay off dozens in Israel

More than half of the employees at the Ravello development center have been summoned to a pre-layoff hearing.

David Levi Photo: Company website Ethernity Networks soars on Chinese deal

Communications equipment manufacturer FiberHome will use Ethernity's programmable hardware in its product.

Erez Antebi Photo: Eyal Izhar Allot expanding operations, to hire dozens in Israel

The company has changed its business focus, emerged from its crisis, and resumed its revenue growth.

Avigdor Willenz Photo: Tamar Matsafi Habana Labs unveils rival AI chip to Nvidia

Training systems based on Gaudi processors will deliver an increase in throughput of up to four times over systems built with equivalent number GPUs.

Moshe Lichtman and Haim Shani Photo: Inbal Marmari IGP leads $110m investment in digital forensics co Cellebrite

The Israeli company's systems can collect and analyze data from mobile phones, PCs and tablets, computer clouds and even civilian drones seized by security forces.

Mobileye Photo: PR Mobileye to trial robo-taxis in Israel next year

Intel has told "Bloomberg" that it plans putting self-driving cabs on the road, starting with Israel in 2020.

Intel CEO Robert Swan Photo; Liat Mendel Intel CEO: I have no regrets on Mobileye acquisition

Robert Swan says Mobileye has doubled in size since Intel acquired it and is the leading player in Level 1 and 2 autonomous driving.

Yaniv Garti, Bob Swan, Avner Goren, Tzahi Weissfeld Photo: Ezra Levy Intel CEO in Israel announces startup accelerator launch

Bob Swan: Israel has the deep skill base in AI, and autonomous systems  that make it a natural choice to launch our Ignite program.

NSO management Photo: Benny Sahar NSO owner pledges new governance framework

Following repeated criticism of Israeli surveillance company NSO, European private equity firm Novalpina has pledged that it will put a governance framework in place within 90 days.

Reuven Harrison and Ruvi Kitov  photo: PR Where data management meets cybersecurity

Tufin's founders say they have found the right balance between cybersecurity and the most efficient data management.

Ronen Samuel Photo: PR Kornit Digital prices Nasdaq offering, to raise $119m

The Israeli digital printing for fabrics company plans to raise $119 million in its secondary offering at $27.50 per share.

beer Anheuser-Busch InBev opens Israeli cybersecurity unit

The world's largest brewer is seeking to prevent financially motivated attacks and the disruption of operations.

Micah Kaufmann Photo: Omer Hacohen Fiverr soars on first day on Wall Street

The Israeli gig economy platform's share price rose 90% after it held its IPO at $21 per share.

Ruvi Kitov and Reuven Harrison  photo: PR Tufin's first public financials: Q1 revenue up 25%

The cybersecurity company, which held its IPO in April, projects over $100 million revenue in 2019.

Eyal Waldman and Jensen Huang Photo: Kadia Levy ISS supports Nvidia's acquisition of Mellanox

The US consultancy firm is also recommending an increase in compensation for Mellanox founder and CEO Eyal Waldman.

Micah Kaufmann Photo: Omer Hacohen Fiverr to list on NYSE today at $650m value

The Israeli online freelancer platform aims to raise $110 million in its Wall Street IPO.

Bill Ford Photo: Eitan Nadav Ford sets up incubator to work with Israeli startups

In Tel Aviv, Bill Ford, Ford chairman and great grandson of Henry Ford, spoke about the role of the carmaker's new Israel research center.

start-ups AI software testing co Testim raises $10m

The Israeli company addresses the global demand for continuous testing allowing development teams to move at the speed of business without compromising software quality.

Orca founders Photo: Liron Cohen Aviv Israeli startup Orca Security raises $6.5m

Orca Security provides organizations with seamless full stack visibility into their complete cloud infrastructure footprint.

Asaf Peled Photo: PR Media platform co Minute Media raises $40m

The Israeli company's publishing platform reaches more than 140 million monthly and feature original content in 12 languages.

Tesla control system Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Auto-tech focus moves away from self-driving cars

The Israeli auto-tech sector has raised $500 million so far in 2019, with fewer direct investments from the auto-industry and more investments from venture capital funds.

Ford Focus Ford opens Tel Aviv research center

Ford chairman Bill Ford is in Israel to open the research hub, which will focus on connectivity, sensors, automated-systems, in-vehicle monitoring, and cybersecurity.

Ronen Samuel Photo: PR Kornit Digital to raise $146m more on Nasdaq

The Israeli digital printing on textile company's share price has tripled since its IPO in 2015.

Cybersecurity Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Cybersecurity co Cyber Observer raises $8m

The Israeli company will use the funds to expand US operations and has established an office in Virginia.

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