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startups Israeli DataOps co K2View raises $28m

K2View says its platform provides the right data to the right person at the right time in just milliseconds.

Amit Bareket and Sagi Gidali / Photo: Danny Khatri Perimeter 81 raises $40m at $160m valuation

The Israeli company has developed network security for enterprises with remote workforces.

Uri Gruenbaum, Yair Seroussi and Gilad Gat / Photo: Alon Schnir Financial analytics co TipRanks raises $12m from Prytek

The Israeli company has developed an analytics platform based on natural language processing (NLP), which provides analyses and ratings fr the world's major stock markets.

RFISee / Photo: PR Israeli auto-tech co RFISee unveils 4D imaging radar chip

The chip detects cars from 500 meters and pedestrians from 200 meters, with an angular resolution greater than 1 degree.

Eyal Feder-Levy  / Photo: ZenCity Israeli AI smart city co Zencity raises $13.5m

The Tel Aviv-based company uses AI to provide local government agencies with actionable insights about communities' needs and priorities.

startups Speech recognition co Voiceitt raises $10m

The Israeli company's application translates unintelligible and atypical speech in real time, enabling people with severe speech impairments to communicate by voice.

Totpo founders Tomer Tagrin and Omri Cohen  / Photo: Mor Shani Yotpo raises $75m at valuation of nearly $1b

The Israeli SaaS-based eCommerce marketing platform helps retail brands accelerate online revenue growth.

Silverfort founders Photo: PR Israeli cybersecurity co Silverfort raises $30m

The company has developed an agentless, proxyless authentication platform.

Printing cultured meat / Photo: Amir Cohen Reuters , Reuters High steaks

Investors are gobbling up Israeli meat substitute companies with exciting technologies and intriguing raw materials.

Dollars Photo: Shutterstock Israeli startups raised $700m in July

Israeli tech companies, which raised a record $8.3 billion in 2019, have already raised almost $6 billion in the first seven months of 2020, despite the Covid-19 crisis.

Amiram Shachar / Photo: Spot From college project to $450m exit

Spot founder Amiram Shachar's professors weren't impressed by his idea for cheaper cloud computing, but it's now central to NetApp.

Laboratory testing for coronavirus  / Photo: Ministry of Health, PR Israeli tech collaborates on Covid-19 challenges

As Covid-19 rages, companies with solutions meet hospitals with problems on digital health community platform HealthIL.

Sarit Firon "I want to be where I can give value"

Determination and an unusual appetite for risk have taken Sarit Firon from poor beginnings to managing partner at Team8 Capital.

Gil Kerbs / Photo: private photo AI in the kitchen

Founder Gil Kerbs tells "Globes" about Newt and its personalized nutrition app, which provides motivation as well as menus.

Roey Izkovsky, Yigal Kaminka, Yuval Kaminka  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes "The crisis proved what we knew - people want to play"

Lockdown made many people turn to music, and Israeli instrument learning app JoyTunes was there to help.

Shai Wininger and Daniel Schreiber  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes Is lossmaking Lemonade worth $2b?

The company, which has filed for a US IPO, is worth nearly as much as Israel's two largest insurance companies Harel and Phoenix combined. "Globes" examines why.

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