Amiti is an Israeli-American venture capital firm that invests in Israeli entrepreneurs and founding teams raising their seed or series A rounds. We prefer teams with deep technology capabilities that create or disrupt multi-billion dollar markets. We back Israeli entrepreneurs whether they are based in Israel or abroad. We invest early and support our companies as they grow, leveraging our presence and network in the US to provide guidance and assistance with access to markets and customers. The Partners at Amiti have demonstrated their capabilities with successful exits in Waze, Argus, Cloudendure, Corephotonics, among others. We have also proven our expertise in seeding leading teams that include Innoviz, AppsFlyer, AiDoc, Cycognito, Valens, Vayyar, among many others.
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Amiti is solely focused on partnering with Israel’s tech talent to build global businesses and is committed to fuel and accelerate Israel’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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CyCognito’s platform provides organizations a complete Attack Surface analysis from a sophisticated attacker point of view. By understanding which specific Attack Vectors can lead to a data breach – security analysts and management can eliminate their cybersecurity threats effectively
Innoviz is developing the key technologies of Autonomous Driving – Smart 3D Sensing, Sensor Fusion and accurate Mapping and Localization
Corephotonics is a compact camera design house with computational photography expertise. It develops solutions based on unique algorithms, novel actuators and optical designs. In January 2019, Corephotonics was acquired by Samsung for $155 million.
Autotalks is a fabless semiconductor company providing a comprehensive solution for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication
Vayyar sensors enable an extensive breadth of applications ranging from breast cancer screening to detecting water leakage, food safety monitoring and many more
Sckipio is the first semiconductor company dedicated to delivering ultra high-speed broadband, using next generation G.fast-based modems
Valens is a fabless semiconductor firm and leading provider of semiconductor products for the distribution of uncompressed high definition multimedia content
Amimon is a fabless semiconductor company pioneering wireless uncompressed high-definition video for universal connectivity among CE, PC, mobile and professional video devices. In November 2018, Amimon was acquired by Vitec for $55 million.
Siklu Communications delivers carrier-grade millimeter wave Gigabit Ethernet radio solutions with paradigm-shifting price performance. Offering the industry’s lowest total cost of ownership (TCO), and incorporating on-board networking capabilities, solutions from Siklu are ideally suited for the both mobile backhaul and carrier Ethernet business services
Flash Networks is a global provider of intelligent mobile Internet solutions that enable operators to improve quality of experience, reduce network operational expenses and manage and monetize the mobile Internet
The Amiti Team
Amiti was founded by Ben Rabinowitz and is supported by an Investment Advisory Committee. We collaborate with leading Israeli venture capital firms with the goal of maximizing our portfolio companies’ potential
Updates from our portfolio companies
How did a country with no native automakers and scant car culture build an automotive tech scene that rivals Silicon Valley’s? Israel has no native automotive industry. Aside from Autocars—a mid-20th-century experiment in fiberglass-bodied rattletraps that produced the Holy Land’s answer to the Trabant—passenger cars have never been built there in any significant numbers. And[…]
TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Hyundai Motor Co said on Tuesday it was partnering with Autotalks, an Israeli provider of vehicle to everything (V2X) communication technology for improving road safety. Hyundai said it invested in Autotalks to accelerate the development of the next generation chipset for connected cars. The South Korean carmaker did not disclose the[…]
The acquisition price is $55 million in cash, slightly more than the $53.6 million Amimon has raised since it was founded in 2004. Israeli chip company Amimon has been sold for $55 million to UK-based Vitec. The acquisition price is slightly more than the amount Amimon had raised ($53.6 million). The main investors in the company are[…]
Autotalks and MediaTek cooperate to help car makers and tier-1s integrate C-V2X and telematics securely and efficiently MediaTek (TWSE: 2454), a global fabless semiconductor company that enables 1.5 billion connected devices a year, and Autotalks, a world leader in V2X (Vehicle to Everything) communication solutions, are cooperating on integrating V2X and telematics. As part of[…]
https://www.timesofisrael.com/samsung-said-to-acquire-israels-phone-camera-startup-corephotonics/ South Korea multinational Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has acquired Israeli startup Corephotonics, which brings high quality camera images to smartphones, for $155 million, Calcalist financial website reported on Monday. Corephotonics has developed a dual-lens phone camera that can produce crystal-clear images even when the zoom function is used. Because the parallel 13-megapixel lenses also have their[…]
https://www.forbes.com/sites/samabuelsamid/2018/04/26/bmw-selects-innoviz-solid-state-lidar-for-2021-automated-driving-program/#73e0cf8a381c Aside from Tesla, almost every other major company developing automated driving systems has concluded that lidar sensors are going to be a necessary to creating a robust sensing suite. However, this laser-based technology has been prohibitively expensive until now. Making these sensors commercially viable requires driving down the cost and making them durable enough[…]
http://www.businessinsider.com/vayarr-superman-vision-device-can-see-through-objects-2018-5 Vayyar, an Israel-based company, has developed a device that can “see” through solid objects. The device is a powerful sensor that uses radio frequencies to detect movement and differentiate between people and objects. The product has been used in the fields of automation, home-monitoring, and breast-cancer detection. The typical reaction Raviv Melamed gets when[…]
By Shiri Butnaru Posted 20/02/2018 FORT LEE, NEW JERSEY – Feb 20, 2018 – Siklu Inc., the market leader in millimeter wave wireless networks, announces a new 10 Gigabit per second (Gbps) full duplex wireless solution. Operating over the interference free 70/80GHz bands, the new EtherHaul™ 8010 provides a reliable fiber extension solution where fiber exists, and greenfield Gigabit connectivity where there may[…]
Optics.org: Corephotonics has partnered with Sunny Optical to bring to market a variety of solutions based on the company’s dual camera technologies. Under this agreement, Sunny has already shipped millions of dual cameras powered by Corephotonics IP to various smartphone OEMs, including Xiaomi, OPPO and others. The new partnership combines Sunny’s automatic manufacturing capacity, quality[…]
By Philip E. Ross Posted 7 Nov 2017 | 17:04 GMT As our cars turn into rolling supercomputers, it’s easy to forget one of their emerging electronic needs: managing massive data flows within the car. In a self-driving car, sensors should throw off some 4 terabytes a day. “Connectivity is one of the missing elements,” says Micha Risling, head of the[…]