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Leadspace photo: Yair Galler Israeli marketing platform co Leadspace raises $21m

The financing round in the B2B audience management platform was led by Arrowroot Capital. 

Television  photo: Reuters Sintec Media plans 60 layoffs

Many of the company's employees are programmers from the haredi sector.

Eli Gelman Over 40% of Amdocs employees are in India

Only 19% of the company's workforce is in Israel.

startup photo: Shutterstock 3D imaging sensor co Vayyar Imaging raises $45m

The Israeli company has developed 3D sensors that can see through solid objects.

Bizzabo Photo: PR Events management software co Bizzabo raises $15m

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

Yoav Levy and Yonatan Appel Photo: PR Connected car co Upstream Security raises $9m

Upstream CEO: We’re using emerging technologies like AI and machine learning to carry out an evolutionary leap in cybersecurity for passenger and commercial vehicles.

William Wagner Photo: Tamar Matsafi "Artificial intelligence still at the hype stage"

LogMeIn got more than it thought it was getting when it acquired Israeli company Nanorep.

Cloud computing Cloud solutions co AllCloud raises $3m

The Israeli company's customers include Amazon, Salesforce, and Google.

Israel's smart car industry, photo: Shutterstock Lear buys Israeli precise GPS co EXO

The Tel Aviv company has developed GPS technology providing high-accuracy solutions for autonomous and connected vehicle applications.

Kaltura execs Photo: Tamar Matsafi Kaltura CEO: We're in this for the long haul

The Israeli video platform company is not in a rush to hold an IPO, but is sure that one will happen at the right time.

Cortica Photo: Liran Shetreet Cortica is developing AI for the autonomous car

The Israeli company's product is being tested by three major auto industry companies.

Chinese bus manufacturing Photo: Reuters China Stringer Israel's auto-tech industry attracts NIS 65b in 2017

Israel's auto-tech industry is buzzing as Mobileye is installed in Chinese buses, startups close large financing rounds and carmakers open offices in Israel.

Djamel Agaoua Photo: PR Viber taking on the global giants

Rebranded as Rakuten Viber, half of the Japanese company's employees are based in Israel. CEO Djamel Agaoua tells "Globes" about the company's ambitious plans.

Eran Vanounou Photo: Shlomi Yosef SaaS co Liveperson back on the growth track

After six quarters of declining revenue while it was developing a new software system, LivePerson is again showing signs of growth.

Yoni Heilbronn and Ofer Ben-Noon  photo: Shlomi Yosef How Argus drove to the exit

Argus's CEO and CMO talk about their competitive advantage and how they might expand from car cybersecurity.

Naveen Rao  photo: Intel "Scientists are still suspicious of AI"

Intel VP and Artificial Intelligence Products Group general manager Naveen Rao explains in an exclusive "Globes" interview why the company has marked AI as strategic.

Limor Shmerling Magazanik Photo: Eyal Yitzhar Protecting privacy from Internet giants can be done

The Israel Privacy Protection Authority tells "Globes" about the attempts to protect Israelis from Google and Facebook.

Marius Nacht, photo: Tamar Matsafi Nacht: We must defend our technology from Iran

Check Point chairman Marius Nacht warned the cybersecurity panel at the "Globes" - EY Journey Conference that Iran could break into Harvard and steal assets. 

Elsight system  photo: company website Australia discovers Elsight

The Israeli data transmission and security company has seen its share price quadruple within weeks on the Australian Stock Exchange.

Shlomit Weiss Photo: Yonatan Bloom Israel's "silicon woman" joins Mellanox

Shlomit Weiss reflects on 28 years of achievement at Intel and the challenges facing her as senior VP silicon engineering at Mellanox.

Assaf Touboul and Ronen Sheashua Photo: Eyal Yitzhar 5G mobile revolution designed in Israel

Qualcomm Israel's Assaf Touboul and Ronen Sheashua tell "Globes" about the unheard-of download speeds and greener networks coming soon.

Eyal Waldman Mellanox CEO: We're a generation and a half ahead

Israeli company Mellanox's planned system-on-a-chip will take it beyond connectivity and into the processors sector.

Essence Group  photo: PR Smart home means safe home for seniors

Israeli company Essence develops products that enable people to keep living at home in old age.

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