Special: Top 50 Israeli Startups for 2011

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For the third consecutive year, Israeli financial newspaper Calcalist put together a list of the top 50 startups in Israel (in Hebrew). VC Cafe took note to bring you the full list of top 50 Israeli startups in English: PowerMat, Broadlight, Conduit, PrimeSense, Objet, Kenshoo, Imperva, Anobit, DoubleVerify, Wix, SuperDerivatives, AeroScout, Siano, Waze, TaKaDu, ExLibris, SolarEdge, Adsmarket, (Matomy), dbMotion, RADWIN, cVidya, Boxee, N—trig, Cotendo, Varonis, Kontera, Outbrain, RedBend, Mobixell, Celeno, AMIMON, Pontis, Gigya, Clarizen, Mobileye, Celtro, Altair, Amobee, WhiteSmoke, Cyber—Ark, OpTier, Wanova, ConteXtream, eXelate, Peer39, Netformx, Tradonomi (eToro), Surf, Zend, Soluto Continue Reading

Virtualization is “Xeround” The Corner With An Extra $16 Million

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Israeli startup Xeround announced a fourth round of $16 million led by US funds Trilogy Funds (who also just invested in Zon Networks) and Ignition Partners. Giza and Benchmark, the two Israeli funds that invested in Xeround early on, also joined… Continue Reading

Exclusive Interview: Conduit can do it – strides to become the leading content syndication platform (Ronen Shilo)

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A year ago people used to say that “content is king” when it comes to making it big on the internet. But does the old paradigm hold today when every web 2.0 startup seeks user-generated content and 156,046 social networks… Continue Reading

Reuters buys Israeli start-up ClearForest

ClearForest has developed text analysis solutions for business intelligence applications.Globes and Haaretz reported that Reuters Group has acquired Israeli text analysis technology developer ClearForest Ltd. for about $25 million. The companies announced the deal today, before trading began on Nasdaq.ClearForest… Continue Reading