OTV has prioritized investment in digital health companies and portfolio companies including TytoCare, Lemonaid Health, Emedgene, Scopio and Donisi Health.
The Israeli company will manage ad campaigns for small and medium sized businesses on Tik Tok.
Bizaboo has successfully pivoted to develop technology for virtual conferences.
Incoming National Council for Civilian R&D chair Prof. Peretz Lavie warns that Israel's "startup nation" image masks severe under-investment.
The company says that the cash raised will enable it to accelerate development and the transfer of its technology to production fabs.
Karin Eibschitz Segal, who manages nearly 10,000 people worldwide, is charged with keeping Intel ahead of the game.
The Israeli company's cloud-native observability platform is based on the leading open source monitoring tools.
The Israeli marketing analytics company has reported rapid growth and annual revenue of $200 million in 2020.
The cutbacks come just six months after the company shed dozens of employees from its development center in Tel Aviv.
The Israeli company has launched a cloud platform to accelerate the digital transformation of the textile industry.
The "Uniting hi-tech from two nations – Turkey and Israel" conference stressed trade potential over political differences.
The funds will be used to launch a solution for remote, fully autonomous, asset monitoring, inspection and compliance of industrial sites.
Aquarius Engines hopes to raise $65 million and Highcon Systems is trying to raise $45 million.
Verbit says that revenue has risen 400% over the past year.
The Israeli company recently announced a major breakthrough in its 3D printing technology for print circuit boards.
Hundreds of the 2,000 employees of Microsoft Israel have begun moving into the tech company's new 46,000 square meters campus.
CEO Asaf Ganot: We want to build a big company. We've focused on the US and Western Europe; now we want to expand to other regions.
The round was led by Paradigm. Fireblocks plans to double its Israeli R&D team and expand its marketing teams around the world.
The company, founded by Shashua, Yoav Shoham and Uri Goshen, aims to help us write as richly and deeply as we think.
The US giant's massive expansion confirms Matam High Tech Park as the place to be in Israel for global companies' R&D.
Lone venture capitalist Dovi Frances thinks more startups are unicorns than makes any sense - he puts it down to over excitement.
Wix Answers has turned from an internal customer support solution to a business in its own right, as its head Elad Eran explains to "Globes".
Weebit CEO Coby Hanoch talks about his company's new memory technology, and rocketing share price.
Hagai Hartman went to Austria to work as a security officer and is coming back to Israel after selling to SAP the cloud marketing startup Emarsys that he founded.
In Sound Radix, musicality met IDF technological flair to solve a problem that plagued sound studios.
CEO Shlomi Ben Haim talks about JFrog's wildly successful IPO, market valuations, and where the company is heading.
A new plan aims to break down the barriers to young Israeli Arabs playing their full part in Israel's tech industry.
CyberRighTech advises Israeli companies on how to ensure that sensitive technology does not fall into repressive hands.
Spot founder Amiram Shachar's professors weren't impressed by his idea for cheaper cloud computing, but it's now central to NetApp.
Intel CEO Bob Swan's comments about outsourcing production provides Israel with an opportunity to examine alternative options for huge government grants.