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Nano Dimension 3D printer  photo: PR Nano Dimension buys Israeli machine learning co DeepCube

Nano Dimension will pay $70 million for DeepCube, which applies algorithms to improve data analysis and deployments of advanced deep learning-based AI systems.

Cybersecurity Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Zscaler buys Israeli cloud security co Trustdome

Trustdome will become Zscale's Israel development center.

Wall St. Israeli co Valens in SPAC talks at $1.2b valuation - report

The Hod Hasharon-based car connectivity chipmaker is in talks with PTK Acquisition to list on NYSE through a merger, "Bloomberg" reports.

Chen Amit  / Photo: PR Tipalti buys Approve.com in all-Israeli fintech merger

Financial terms were not disclosed. Approve provides cloud procurement solutions.

Yossi Carmil Cellebrite to list on Nasdaq at $2.4b valuation through SPAC

The Israeli company provides digital intelligence solutions to law enforcement agencies and governments.

Mergers and acquisitions Photo: To Go Qualitest acquires Israeli co Comply for over NIS 50m

Comply will reinforce the US software testing and quality assurance company in the medical technology testing market.

Eugene Geht, Dima Kagan and Amit Israel Credit: Elad Gutman Cofense buys Israeli phishing protection co Cyberfish

The US phishing detection and response company will make Beersheva-based Cyberfish its Israel development center.

Formula CEO Guy Bernstein Formula Systems acquires Zap Group for NIS 240m

Zap Group is Israel's largest consumer website company, with more than 20 websites that have over 17 million monthly visitors.

Yuval Cohen EMK buys Israeli co Cardo Systems for $150m

The European private equity fund is buying the motorcycle Bluetooth communications headset developer from Fortissimo and founder Abraham Glezerman.

Mergers and acquisitions Photo: To Go DraftKings acquires Israeli gamification co BlueRibbon

The US sports betting company will integrate and expand BlueRibbon's Tel Aviv office.

Tzipi Ozer-Armon credit:Rami Zarnegar Behind the Lumenis makeover

Veteran Israel medical device company Lumenis had its ups and downs, but with Tzipi Ozer-Armon in charge, its value has gone one-way.

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