Nyotron, a Santa Clara, CA-based provider of an OS-Centric positive security solution to strengthen endpoint protection, raised $10m in funding.
Wasteless Ltd, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands- and Tel Aviv, Israel-based developer of dynamic pricing software aimed at reducing food waste in supermarkets, completed a $2m funding round.
PureSec, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based serverless security company, raised $7m in series A funding.
JFrog, a Sunnyvale, CA- and Netanya, Israel-based universal DevOps technology platform, raised $165m in Series D funding.
Hysolate, a Tel Aviv, Israel- and New York-based provider of software-defined endpoints, closed $18m in Series B funding.
Kadimastem (TASE: KDST), a Ness Ziona, Israel-based biotech company, raised $5.15m in a private placement.
Ctera Networks, a NYC- and Petach Tikvah, Israel-based provider of a secure enterprise file services, secured a $30m Series D growth equity funding round.
Source Defense, a Rosh Haayin, Israel-based provider of a prevention solution for website supply-chain attacks, closed its Series A funding.
Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce marketplace, acquired Upstream Commerce, an Israel-based provider of real-time pricing and product assortment optimization solutions.
MeMed, a Haifa, Israel-based developer of point-of-care platform and immune-based test for distinguishing bacterial versus viral infections, completed an over $70m round of financing.
Setoo, a London, UK- Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel and Paris, France-based based insurance and protection-as-a-service company, closed an €8m Series A funding round.
Xact Robotics, a Caesarea, Israel-based developer of robotic navigation and steering solutions for percutaneous image-guided procedures, raised $5m in Series C funding.
Kando, an Israeli startup that develops a SaaS platform which monitors wastewater collection systems in real-time, raised a Series A round of financing.
BreezoMeter, a Haifa, Israel-based provider of hyperlocal air quality data and pollen information, completed a $7.75M series B funding.
Fleetonomy, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of a fleet management platform, secured $3m in seed funding.