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Ofer Elyakim  photo: Tamar Matsafi OPPO puts DSP Group's SmartVoice in new smartphone

The Chinese company has integrated its SmartVoice technology into its OPPO Reno smartphone, which was launched last week.

Ira Palti Ceragon wins $14m in Latin American orders

The Israeli wireless backhaul specialist is providing the operator with network design, rollout and optimization services using the company's complete IP-20 platform portfolio.

VDOO founders Photo: PR Israeli IoT cybersecurity co VDOO raises $32m

The Tel Aviv-based company aims to become the industry’s first end-to-end security solution for embedded devices of any type.

Startups Israeli AI-powered voice search co Audioburst raises $10m

The next-gen voice-search company plans to build unique advertising and in-car voice-based experiences with new investors Hyundai and Dentsu.

ForeScout Photo: PR ForeScout to expand Israel development center

The cybersecurity company currently has 20% of its 1,100 employees worldwide in Tel Aviv, and is believed to be planning to increase the number by dozens in the near future.

Intel Photo: Shutterstock Intel launches Israel-developed 9th Gen laptop chip

The fastest, most powerful processor for gamers and creators was developed at Intel's Haifa development center.

Eyal Waldman and Jensen Huang Photo: Kadia Levy Seven cos in bidding war pushed up Mellanox's price

Nvidia won the auction with a bid of $125 per share, giving a company valuation of $6.9 billion, 23% higher than its initial bid for the Israeli company.

Ben Volkow Photo: Otonomo US rival accuses connected car co Otonomo of IP theft

Smartcar alleges that the Israeli company has plagiarized its API files. Otonomo is investigating the matter.

vehicle technology  image: Shutterstock - ASAP Creative Remote driving co Phantom Auto raises $13.5m

The Israeli company is developing safety solutions for autonomous vehicles by enabling remote driving.

Yaron Itzhari Photo: Inbal Marmari Medtronic to market Alpha Omega neurosurgery system

Alpha Omega system guides Medtronic's brain stimulation electrodes to the correct location.

Eurovision Song Contest logo Photo: PR Sisense develops data platform for Eurovision fans

The platform tells users which countries gave a specific country the most points in the contest, and which countries got the most points from a specific country.

Gil Shwed Photo: PR Check Point down sharply despite beating analysts

Check Point posted a $205 million net profit in the first quarter, 2.1% less than in the first quarter of 2018 but higher than analysts' forecasts.

Eyal Waldman and Jensen Huang Photo: Kadia Levy Mellanox profit jumps 68% on record revenue

CEO Eyal Waldman: Mellanox is well-positioned to continue its growth.

Bizzabo founders Photo: PR Events management co Bizzabo raises $27m

Bizzabo's events cloud empowers event marketers to manage, measure and grow professional events worldwide.

Hebrew University Givat Ram campus Photo: PR Hebrew University to issue tender for high-tech park

The park, to be called Hujitech, will contain 150,000 square meters zoned for high tech on 7.5 acres, owned by the university (80%) and the Jerusalem Development Authority (20%).

hotels Israeli hotel booking co Splitty raises $6.75m

Splitty CEO: We can improve hotels occupancy rates by over 15%, while users enjoy up to 50% lower prices.

Moshe Hogeg and Lionel Messi Photo: PR Sirin Labs lays off 25% of workforce

The company said sales of its smartphone were less than expected.

Magisto founders Photo: Udi Tirosh Vimeo buys Israeli video creation co Magisto for $200m

Magisto's proprietary technology enables cutting edge mobile apps and AI-powered editing tools to create videos for its 100 million users.

Startups Photo: Shutterstock Israeli co Amenity Analytics raises $18m

Amenity uses natural language processing (NLP) to provide actionable insights.

Jay Epstien Photo: Israel Hadari Server farms create huge real estate opportunities

DLA Piper Co-Chair Global Real Estate Jay Epstien says that server farms have similar characteristics to income producing property.

Honda factory Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Musashi Seimitsu teams with Israel's Poliakine on quality assurance robots

The robot automatically performs quality assurance on assembly line products.

3DSignals management Photo: PR Acoustic-based analytics co 3DSignals raises $12m

The funds will help 3D Signals aid continue developing its innovative Asset Performance Monitoring solution, and bridge the gap to manufacturing digitalization, also known as ‘Industry 4.0’.

Yevgeny Dibrov and Nadir Izrael Photo: PR Armis seeks an IPO, not an exit

Armis, which raised $65 million last week, protects devices on which antivirus cannot be installed, and which are connected to networks in institutions like hospitals.

Gil Don photo: Cadit Levy Splitit makes a splash in Sydney

The Israeli fintech company, which facilitates installment buying by credit card, has seen its share price rise 550% on the Australian Securities Exchange.

Israel Barak, CISO Cybereason, photo: Brett Kline Cybersecurity goes on the offensive

Israeli, US and French companies brought the latest thinking to the Cybersecurity Forum in Paris.

Eyal Waldman and Jensen Huang Photo: Kadia Levy Nvidia CEO: Everyone wants Israeli companies

Having acquired Mellanox for $6.9 billion, Jensen Huang told "Globes" that Nvidia is interested in buying an AI chip developer.

Startup investment Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Building a scale-up nation

As Israeli startups develop an effective sales and marketing culture, many tech companies are seeking to scale-up rather than making a quick exit.

Eyal Waldman  photo: courtesy Mellanox Technologies After Mellanox: Will Israel ever spawn a tech giant?

Following Nvidia's $6.9 billion acquisition of Mellanox, "Globes" considers whether any of Israel's other large tech companies could become a tech giant.

Eyal Waldman Photo: Tamar Matsafi Mellanox goes to the market's hungriest player

The acquisition of Mellanox will considerably strengthen Nvidia's position in the global technological arms race.

Ofer Elyakim  photo: Tamar Matsafi DSP Group CEO: We're Pentagon, CIA gatekeepers

With voice recognition chips in Samsung, Panasonic, and Cisco devices, DSP Group is now targeting the smart home industry and voice activation, says Ofer Elyakim.

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