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Tweet Though 2008 was clearly a tough year for companies and venture capital funds in Israel and worldwide, several announcements this week have given a better picture of the extent of its impact on Israel’s Silicon Wadi. Globes reported this past week that Aviv Venture Capital raised $52 million for its Aviv II Fund last […]

Tweet SAManage, a provider of on-demand (SaaS) IT Management services with an R&D office in Israel, announced today that it has secured an undisclosed amount of Series A Funding from Xenia Venture Capital and existing investors to help support its growth and development of new SaaS-based services. The company, which was was founded in 2007 by […]

Tweet Israel-based ClickSoftware Technologies, a mobile workforce management and service optimization solutions provider, recently announced its new solution for customer interaction management and the addition of it to the ClickSoftware’s ServiceOptimization Suite.  The new solution, ClickContact, automates the process of customers scheduling and maintaining appointments over the Internet in a way that gives them more control and […]

Tweet During the week of January 11, 2009, the war in Gaza escalated and news about Israeli tech companies continued. The biggest news of the week was that multi-touch technology company, N-Trig raised $24 million in its latest round of funding, the majority coming from Microsoft. Better Place announced its partnership to bring electric cars […]

Tweet The breaking news that Steve Jobs of Apple  is taking a medical leave of absence for several months makes the news from earlier this week of Microsoft investing in Israel- and Texas-based N-Trig gets even more interesting. Earlier this week, N-Trig, the sole provider of DuoSense™ technology which combines pen, touch and multi-touch into […]

Tweet   Not happy with the prediction software of TiVo, Google Trends or According to the website of a Fox News affiliate, Israeli researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) have developed software that   “uses a mathematical formula to sort music requests logged by the Gnutella peer-to-peer file-sharing network to predict the next pop […]

Tweet During the week of of January 4, 2008, aside from the escalation of Israel’s operation in Gaza and more attacks on Israeli websites, one of the biggest stories in the tech world was the launch of Israel-based Ctera’s new storage device. Another was that Israel issued its first solar licenses for solar power plants. […]

Tweet Welcome to the first installment of a new video series on the Israel Innovation 2.0 blog titled, “What is…?” Each video in the series will provide a brief explanation of a new technology from an Israeli startup. Leading off the series is Ctera Networks Ltd., which launched a new device at the Consumer Electronics […]

Tweet Earlier this week Daniel Cohen of Gemini Israel Funds posted on his blog his predictions for Israel’s tech community in 2009. Topics he made predictions for included cleantech, Google making acquitisions, Web 2.0 companies being acquired and that “there is a world beyond Atlanta/Southeast, New York and Silicon Valley, specifically in Asia.”  Asia might […]

Tweet I meant to write about WorkLight last month but got caught up with things. As what happens every few weeks though, my attention has quickly been drawn back to the company again. In Jon Brodkin’s post on Network World earlier today, he listed the “Secure Web 2.0 for Business” Enterprise 2.0 company as one […]