After a second round of funding, the startup is hoping to convince datacenter owners to look beyond the one-server-at-a-time idea.
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David Shamah has been writing about Israeli technology news for over a decade, both in print and on the web, and knows the Israeli tech scene and its start-ups inside out.
Niv Lilien is a senior technology writer, and the former technology section editor for ynetnews. Currently, Niv writes regularly for several of Israel's most prominent media outlets. Niv is also one of the founders of a new media initiative - Tabula Media digital publishing house, and the editor in chief of the TheUplink Hebrew tech magazine for tablets and smartphones. Lilien has a BA degree (with honours) in political science and communications from Bar Ilan University and a degree in journalism from the same institute. He is currently a graduate student working towards a master's degree in the net culture program in Tel Aviv University.
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Hexadite hopes to make automated security palatable to even the most outsourcing-cautious.
The Israeli startup allowed Microsoft to remove a layer of sensor from the Pro 3, and has already been in discussions with Apple.
The country's long-awaited 4G spectrum auction will go ahead later this year, but mobile companies can use the spectrum for now.
The Tel Aviv company issued a blog post about a new twist on a known Active Directory security hole – which was followed up by reports that Microsoft might buy the company.
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- 2 Hands-on with the Kano: The Linux kit that wants to help kids love coding
- 3 Opening new doors: Why IBM spent $1bn on security firm Trusteer
- 4 $6bn upgrade deal set to bring Intel's 10nm project to Israel
- 5 International shipping finally gets its big data revolution