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This Week's Deals

In case you missed it: these are the M&As and investments we reported on this week

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Marketing company AppsFlyer raised $210 million at $1.6 billion valuation. Calcalist first reported that AppFlyer was raising the round in October, citing one person familiar with the matter. Read more


Open source vulnerabilities hunter Snyk raised $150 million. The round was according to a $1 billion valuation; Google backed Snyk in a $70 million round as recently as September. Read more

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Gilat Satellite was on the brink of a NIS 2 billion acquisition by unnamed multinational. The deal’s value reflects a 25% premium on Gilat’s market capitalization on market open Sunday. Read more


Kaltura acquired video collaboration startup Newrow. Newrow offers an online service that enables corporations and educational institutions to develop and share online videos, webinars, and classes. Read more


ServiceNow acquired IT startup Loom Systems. Loom develops an AI-based log analysis platform designed to predict and prevent IT issues in businesses undergoing a digital transformation or cloud migration. Read more


FIMI made $25 million private placement in biomed company Kamada. Israel-based private equity fund FIMI became the largest shareholder in Nasdaq and Tel Aviv-listed Kamada in November. Read more


Radiation protection company Radiaction raised $18 million. The company’s technology applies the radiation protection to the X-ray device itself to block scattered radiation, instead of requiring the medical staff to don protective gear. Read more


Cybersecurity startup Intezer raised $15 million. Intezer develops technology that analyzes code on cloud software to detect malware. Read more


Foot traffic analytics startup raised $12 million. develops an online service that uses customers’ cell phone signals to provide retailers with data on in-store activity. Read more 


Cybersecurity startup Vicarius raised $5 million. Vicarius develops machine learning technology for protecting cloud software by predicting and eliminating software vulnerabilities. Read more