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CTech's Sunday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

SolarWinds buys IT software company Samanage for $350 million; The little spaceship that couldn’t

CTech 14:0014.04.19
SolarWinds buys IT software company Samanage for $350 million. SolarWinds which provides IT services to more than 300,000 companies, will integrate Semanage products into its portfolio of IT management products. Read more


The little spaceship that couldn’t. While Israel is still the seventh country to achieve lunar orbit, it appears a moon landing will have to wait. Read more
Beresheet launch. Photo: SpaceX Beresheet launch. Photo: SpaceX
Israel to shoot for the moon, again. On Saturday, Beresheet developer SpaceIL tweeted a video of its president Morris Kahn announcing the establishment of Beresheet 2. Read more


IoT security startup Armis raises $65 million. Armis provides information security software for enterprise IoT systems, analyzing and classifying devices and their behavior in order to identify risks and protect information and systems. Read more


PSA International partners with Israeli accelerator TheDock. TheDock’s four-months-long accelerator program offers participating startups a seed investment of up to $100,000. Read more


Tufin prices NYSE IPO at $108 million. The Israel-based software company is set to start trading on NYSE on April 11. Read more



Mind the Tech NY


Israel may soon have to choose between the U.S. and China, says LeumiTech CEO. Watch the video


Big data, AI mean crime can now be preempted, says cyber law expert. Watch the video


Cyber attackers only need to be smart once, says former Unit 8200 chief. Watch the video


The Israeli tech sector does more to tackle economic inequality than any reform, says banker. Watch the video
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