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Intel Ignite Picks 10 Israeli Firms

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Yuval Avnon Global CTO Intel Ignite

Intel Corporation’s deep tech early-stage accelerator program called Intel Ignite has selected ten Israeli startups to join its Tel Aviv program. The ten were selected out of 200 applicants.

Intel Ignite is an internationally renowned acceleration program for early-stage deep tech startups. Launched in 2019 by Intel, our mission is to fuel a global ecosystem of deep tech innovation by empowering our diverse network of founders, mentors, domain experts, and investors to co-create enduring, industry-defining technology companies. It says it turns cutting-edge ideas into industry-disrupting technologies by giving ambitious entrepreneurs the hands-on mentorship, technical support, and business acumen they need to build world-changing companies.

The program has raised $1.5 billion since 2019. Intel Ignite’s Tel Aviv office was founded in 2019.

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Alon Leibovich, the Managing Director of Intel Ignite Tel Aviv, said: ״We are excited to open the new cohort of Intel Ignite in Tel Aviv, and we look forward to providing the guidance and tools necessary for the groundbreaking startups that participate in the program. Our graduates continue to thrive and grow, even in more challenging times, and we adapt the contents of the program to meet their needs – stress management workshops, managing work-life balance, and product-market fit workshops.”

The 10 startups selected are Akooda, which offers cross-organizational operational insights tool that’s connected to ERP, CI/CD, social channels, and more to derive insights for customer success, R&D, product, etc, Hossted, an enterprise IT platform that deploys, manages, and supports open-source applications within organizations, InsidePacket, a highly integrated, cost-efficient networking stack (L2-L7) that runs on Carrier-grade COTS HW and provides a disruptive enterprise network as a service solution, Ox Security, the first end-to-end software supply chain security solution, transforming fragmented workflows and noise from tool overload into continuous software supply chain security, Pelanor, a cCloud expense reduction through the automatic detection of expenses related to the business context including feature, customer, etc, Phononics, which develops the use of synthetic diamonds in chip packaging for improved heat dissipation, PVML, a privacy-preserving data access – transforming queries and ML training processes using proprietary Differential Privacy algorithms, Speedb, which offers drop-in and outperforming replacement for RocksDB, the embedded data engine commonly used by Google, Facebook, and others, Tweed, which offers fully embedded, compliant, and secure Web3 wallet & payment infrastructure for Web2 companies and VOCAI, which provides battery safety and performance enhancement on a chip.

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