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  • lauren blanchard 1:31 pm on November 19, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: Cloud Disaster Recovery, Cloud Migration, , google cloud israel, google cloud platform partnership   

    Google Cloud Partners With CloudEndure 

    CloudEndure-LogoNovember 19, 2015 |CloudEndure, a provider of live-migration and disaster recovery solutions, is teaming up with Google to Bring Free Migration into Google Cloud Platform. This partnership allows customers to quickly migrate from any Windows/Linux machine to any platform. Google and CloudEndure are inviting companies with a migration requirement for five or more servers on any infrastructure – physical, virtual, cloud, hybrid – to migrate to the Google Cloud Platform for free. Founded in 2012 and led by CEO Ofer Gadish, CloudEndure provides Cloud Migration and Cloud Disaster Recovery for any application, allowing companies to mobilize entire applications with their data to and across clouds with near zero downtime and no data loss.

  • lauren blanchard 12:49 pm on November 19, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: china israel bio fund, china israel bio med, china israel medical devices, china israel pharma,   

    China VC Fund Invests In Israeli Life Science Startups 

    OfficeofchiefscientistNovember 19, 2015 | The newly established Guangzhou-Israel Bio Fund, with $100 million in assets under management, will develop joint ventures between Israeli and Chinese life science companies. The fund will be led by Yehoshua Gleitman, a former Chief Scientist and will be managed by a joint Israeli-Chinese team. Its backers include the Guangzhou municipal government and three Chinese companies, among them one of the country’s biggest pharmaceutical firms. The fund said it was already investigating collaboration with five Israeli startups dealing in pharma and medical devices.

  • lauren blanchard 11:33 am on November 19, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: avanan, complete sercurity stack, , magma cyber security, , stageone cyber security   

    Cyber Security Startup Avanan Exits Stealth Mode 

    avananNovember 19, 2015 | Israeli cyber security company Avanan has exited stealth mode yesterday and is offering enterprises cloud-based versions of best-of-breed technology from more than 60 leading vendors, including Check Point, Symantec and Palo Alto Networks. With a click of a button, CISOs can now deploy Malware Scanning, Advanced Threat Protection, Data Leakage Prevention, Anomaly Detection, Encryption, Cloud Access Control, File Sanitization, Shadow IT Detection, and Shadow SaaS Protection. Avanan aims to provide a SaaS security solution with a complete security stack of proven technologies. Led by Co-Founder and CEO Gil Friedrich, Avanan is headquartered in New York, with R&D in Israel, and has so far raised $1.5 million from Magma VC and StageOne, two leading Israeli venture capital firms.

  • lauren blanchard 11:06 am on November 19, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: israel semiconductor, maxim semiconductor, semiconductor san antonio fabrication, ,   

    TowerJazz Buys Maxim’s Texas Factory For $40M 

    tower-semiconductor-ltd-logoNovember 19, 2015 | Israeli semiconductor TowerJazz has signed an agreement with Maxim Integrated Products to purchase Maxim’s fabrication facility in San Antonio, Texas for $40 million. The purchase will expand TowerJazz’s worldwide manufacturing capacity by 28,000 wafers per month. As part of the agreement, the companies have also signed a long-term supply agreement for TowerJazz to manufacture products for Maxim in the San Antonio facility. All of the site’s nearly 500 employees, including production operators, production support personnel and process and integration engineers will be retained.

  • lauren blanchard 10:44 am on November 18, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: safedk, SDK database, sdk monitor, sdk ratings, stageone vc   

    SKD Monitor SafeDK Raises $2.25M 

    safedkNovember 18, 2015 | Israeli startup SafeDK has raised $2.25 million in a seed round led by StageOne Venture Capital. Founded in 2014 by Orly Shoavi and Ronnie Sternberg, SafeDK monitors third-party SDKs in real time to warn developers about prospect privacy, performance, and stability issues. Developers can then choose to turn off certain SDK features without affecting the app’s functionality.

  • lauren blanchard 10:33 am on November 18, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: china israel food security, tau food security china, tel aviv university china, tel aviv university peking university, Weifang research institute   

    Tel Aviv and Peking Universities Partner on AgTech 

    tel aviv universityNovember 18, 2015| Tel Aviv University and Peking University have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a joint research institute for food security in the city of Weifang in Shandong Province, China. The institute’s research will focus on the agricultural effects of climate change, improving crop yield, and creating food strains with enhanced nutritional properties. Under the agreement, the Chinese municipality will build the institute, which will include research laboratories and agricultural areas, where researchers and students from both universities will be able to collaborate.


  • lauren blanchard 10:04 am on November 18, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: currency exchange compare online, currencytransfer, fintech startup israel, gigi levy angel, sosa startup   

    CurrencyTransfer Opens In Tel Aviv 

    currencytransferNovember 18, 2015 | The online foreign exchange, CurrencyTransfer, has opened its Tel Aviv office in the co-working space South of Salame (SOSA) in order to expand its presence in the Israeli market. Founded in 2014 by CEO Daniel Abrahams and CTO Stevan Litobac, CurrencyTransfer is an online foreign exchange market in which users my find the best rates from different buyers and sellers. Requiring a minimum of £5,000 ($7,500) per exchange, CurrencyTransfer has processed over $40 million in transfers since inception and aims to reach $500 million in the coming year. So far, the London-headquartered company has raised an undisclosed amount from several angel investors, including former 888 CEO Gigi Levy, Co-Founder of Taykey Itay Birnboim, and Wonga Founder Errol Damelin.


  • lauren blanchard 9:33 am on November 18, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: , , Secure Managed File Transfer, tase tech ipo, tel aviv stock exchange tech ipo   

    Safe-T Raises $5.6M In Tel Aviv IPO 

    safe-tNovember 18, 2015 | Israeli cyber security start-up SAFE-T is set to raise $5.6 million in its IPO on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE), making it the first technology company to go public on the TASE in 2015. The funds raised will be used to expand into international markets and hire additional sales and research teams. Founded in 2013 by CEO Amir Mizhar, SAFE-T provides Secure Managed File Transfer (SMFT), a cross platform that enables secure file, email, and data transfer both inside and outside an enterprise.




  • lauren blanchard 9:19 am on November 18, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: , China Israel Summit, , China-Israel Technology Innovation Investment Summit, Infinity Fund China   

    Largest China-Israel Tech Summit To Be Hosted in Beijing 

    economyNovember 18, 2015 | Beijing will host the largest-ever China-Israel Technology, Innovation & Investment Summit, 4-6 January 2016. In response to the growing Chinese interest in the Israeli economy and companies, the summit has been organized by Israel’s Ministry of the Economy and the Infinity Fund, which are planning to bring more than 1,000 entrepreneurs, businesspeople, investors, and senior government officials from the two countries. Infinity Israel-China Fund managing director Eyal Rosenthal said, “Chinese investment in Israeli technologies will exceed $10 billion within five years,” highlighting particular sectors, including Internet and Mobile, Agritech, Cleantech, Life Sciences, Smart Cities, and Applied Industrial Technology.

  • lauren blanchard 9:01 am on November 18, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: israel agtech incubator, israel ipo singapore, israel med tech incubator, sse ipo israel,   

    Trendlines’ Singapore IPO Raises $17M 

    trendlinesNovember 18, 2015 | The Israeli technological incubator Trendlines has launched a S$25 million ($17.6 million) IPO on the Singapore Stock Exchange. Founded in 1993 and led by Co-Chairmans and Co-CEOs Todd Dollinger and Steve Rhodes, Trendlines develops early stage companies in the medical and agtech sectors. The company will become the second Israeli listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange, after Sarin Technologies, which develops technology for the diamond industry. Trendlines is offering 75.7 million shares at S$0.33 apiece, and aims to use the fresh capital to make new and follow-up investments.


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