Check-Cap Prepares for Mass Production of X-ray Pill

Check-Cap is a clinical-stage medical diagnostics company developing the first capsule-based system for preparation-free X-ray colorectal cancer screening

Oryx Vision LiDAR Sensor

Oryx Vision Raised $50 million to Build a Coherent LiDAR for Autonomous Vehicles

Oryx uses microscopic light-sensing antennas to build a powerful Coherent light LiDAR. The company’s second funding round was led by Third Point Ventures and WRV

DSPG Audio Processing Chip

DSPG and LISNR develop Audio Alternative to NFC

The surprising solution, called Audio-D, supports data-over-ultrasonic audio communication for any device equipped with a speaker and or microphone…

Micron DRAM

Memory Boom is Pushing Semiconductor Sales Up 21%

Semiconductors sales grew 20.8% during the first half of 2017. IC Insights put the blame on the exceptional growth in the DRAM and NAND flash memory markets

Intel CEO with Mobileye CEO

Intel Completed the Tender Offer for Mobileye

Intel’s Automated Driving Group (ADG) will combined with Mobileye, and the new organization will be headquartered in Israel and led by Mobileye’s co-founder Prof. Amnon Shashua

Dip-Tech Digital Glass Printer

Ferro Acquired the Digital Glass Printing Provider Dip-Tech

Ferro Corporation will pay $60 million for the Israeli Dip-Tech, who has developed a new kind of Ceramic Ink and produce dedicated digital printers

CEVA Reported a Staggering 20% Revenues Growth

CEO Gideon Wertheizer: “We have initial shipments of CEVA-powered vision processors in smartphones”. CEVA is traded on NASDAQ at a market value of approximately $925 million


TowerJazz Rides the Wave of Pure-Play Foundry Boom

The second quarter results of TowerJazz shows a continuing growth rates, slightly above the average of the growing industry of semiconductors manufacturing services

Envidia VP Jeff Herbst

“Nvidia is no longer a Semiconductor Company”

Nvidia to expand its development center in Tel-aviv. VP Jeff Herbst: “We see our selves as an AI and Visual Computing company”


Camtek-Rudolph Dispute is Finally Over

After 12 years, Camtek and Rudolph Technologies has reached a final Settlement: Camtek to pay $13 million, and all the lawsuits between the companies will be withdrawn

Qualcomm HQ

Semiconductors M&A Spree Cools Down

Total value of semiconductor’s acquisitions in 2016 were nearly $100 billion, while 1H17 deals reaching just $1.4 billion. Is it over? NXP has a different opinion

Foxconn workers (wikipedia)

Foxconn to Build LCD Production in North America

Foxconn will invest $10 billion over the next 4 years to build a 3,000 employees LCD panel manufacturing facility in Wisconsin. “This is part of a bigger plan to create a robust 8K+5G ecosystem in the US”

Contact Us