Dataloop’s data management and annotation platform streamlines the process of preparing visual data for machine and deep learning. Dataloop’s platform is a one-stop shop for generating datasets from raw visual data. It includes a data management environment, an intuitive annotation tool with automatic annotation capabilities, and data quality assurance and debugging tools. The company’s vision is to make deep-learning-based computer-vision solutions accessible and affordable to all.
Category: IT & Communication
Run:AI is bridging the gap between data science and computing infrastructure by creating a high-performance compute virtualization layer for deep learning, speeding the training of neural network models and enabling the development of large AI models. By abstracting workloads from underlying infrastructure, Run:AI creates a shared pool of resources that can be dynamically provisioned for full utilization of expensive GPU compute. The Run:AI platform is built on top of Kubernetes, allowing simple integration with leading open-source frameworks. Run:AI was named a cool vendor in Cool Vendors in Enterprise AI Operationalization and Engineering, 2021 by the Gartner Research Group.
TDCOMM specializes in private LTE and 5G networks for OEMs, system integrators and large organisations. Their software-only or complete turnkey wireless network solutions are capable of rapid deployment in harsh environments, to ensure the continued performance of your wireless operations in critical facilities and across the virtual space.
Dedicated to supporting existing IT, security and operations teams, TDCOMM provide customers with an advanced yet intuitive management platform, providing deep network insights and policy enforcement functions. Their products include enterprise networks, MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) platforms and rapid deployable networks for emergency services, tactical comms and backup coverage.
TDCOMM’s customer base is largely within Industry 4.0, Government, IoT, First Responder and Critical Infrastructure domains.
For all enquiries, email Luke at the Israel Trade Commission.
vcita in a nutshell, helps SMB owners around the world manage the fundamentals of their day-to-day business – money, time, marketing and clients. They build strategic partnerships with their clients worldwide to empower their SMB customer base with value-added services, increase their client engagement and create new growth opportunities.
In the Australian market, vcita is looking to connect with both digital marketing agencies looking to broaden their service offering, and telco companies interested in diversifying their retail products.
For all enquiries, email Luke at the Israel Trade Commission.
Mobile World Congress Barcelona (MWC) is the largest and most influential event for the connectivity ecosystem. In 2023, twenty-nine companies will be exhibiting at the Israel pavilion. For over half of them, 2023 will be their first time exhibiting. Companies will showcase Israeli expertise across the telecom and connectivity space, including in next-gen content connectivity, advanced GPS, big data and much more.
The following Israeli companies will be exhibiting at MWC 2023:
Contact Luke to schedule business meetings at MWC 2023.
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You have most likely heard of the power of quantum computing within the last few years, and the promises that it holds in terms of revolutionizing the computing power of the 21st century are astounding. As lofty as those goals are projected to be, they are seriously pursued by numerous companies trying to harness the technical, hardware, and software challenges that come with commercializing quantum technology.
If simply hearing the term ‘qubit’ is enough to have your brain scrambling to remember any portion of high school physics, then you’re closer than you think to understanding the underlying quantum technology. Just as you would try to name-drop as much as you possibly could to try and define the term ‘qubit’ by listing all the possibilities of what it could be, a quantum computer does the same thing when it’s asked to sequence a genome or simulate the outcomes of the Super Bowl based on that year’s data.
If it’s still not clear, listen to Dr. Shai Machnes, a Ph.D physicist from Tel Aviv University, explain it further.
You wouldn’t be the only one paying closer attention to quantum technology either – in 2022, President Biden and former Prime Minister Naftali Bennett signed off on a joint statement called the Strategic High-Level Dialogue on Technology, which aims to expand joint research and development in quantum science. To the tune of $60 million, a consortium of Israeli firms, including Elbit, Quantum Machines, ColdQuanta, and other U.S./Israeli firms, have been tasked to build Israel’s first quantum computer. The U.S. has a consortium of its own, led by Intel, academia, and the National Labs network, aiming to build out an ecosystem in the Midwest, which is looking to capture the network effects of Biden’s CHIPS Act that will focus investment in the Rust Belt.
The applications to using quantum computing are endless. Take a look at some of the featured Israeli companies below to see how they’re utilizing the technology to build out commercial applications in telecommunications, genomics, software, and more.
Quantum Source – Quantum Source Labs is focused on using its photonic technology to enable the scaling of quantum computers to millions of qubits. Quantum computing technology like this is highly sought after in the pharmaceutical industry, as it can fractionalize the time it takes to develop new drugs, and thus increase the rate it takes for companies to send new medicines to market.
Qedma Quantum Computing – Qedma Quantum Computing is aiming to develop an operating system for quantum computers by developing quantum-computer-based software solutions.
QuantLR – Quant LR provides a solution designed for organizations interested in communicating highly sensitive data between two points, as well as for telecommunication providers (5G in particular) seeking to provide ultimately secured communication lines for a significant competitive advantage. QuantLR’s is seeking to enable worldwide mass deployment of quantum technology in related applications like blockchain, telecommunications, or supply chain solutions.
Classiq – Classiq is the leading quantum software company, taking quantum software to a higher level. Built for organizations that want to jumpstart and accelerate their quantum computing programs, Classiq allows customers to create quantum circuits that were not possible to create in other ways.
Quantum Machines – Quantum Machines is the creator of a complete hardware and software solution for the control and operation of quantum computers. Using QUA, a standard universal language for quantum computing, QM allows researchers to program complex quantum programs that are tightly integrated with classical processing and real-time decision-making. The language addresses all of the requirements of an anticipated quantum computing software revolution.
Hailo is developing a microprocessor designed to deliver data-center performance to edge devices by using proprietary technology for deep-learning applications. The processor fits into embedded devices, enabling them to process high-resolution video and other high-throughput streams in real time using deep-learning algorithms while operating at low power consumption, size, and cost. Hailos AI processor is designed to fit into smart devices in a variety of industries and use cases including automotive, smart cities, retail, and Industry 4.0. Hailo’s mission is to enable smart edge technologies reach their full potential. The solution Hailo presents bridges the gap between existing and future AI technologies and the compute capacity needed to power these applications. The company is focused on building AI processors efficient and compact enough to compute and interpret vast amounts of data in real-time — processors that can be embedded in the edge devices themselves. Now, complicated AI applications that could previously only run on the cloud are made possible to run on the edge, and the best part – with a fraction of the power consumption. Hailo was named a cool vendor in Cool Vendors in AI Semiconductors, 2020 by the Gartner Research Group.
Glassix is a visual, omni-channel, interactive communication platform for support and sales contact centers. The all-in-one SaaS platform enables customers to reach the contact center from their preferred communication channel (e.g. Facebook, email, website chat, or SMS). Glassix’s online visual tool supports images and video, enabling users to identify problems on-site, instruct customers visually, and reduce ticket-handling time and on-site visits. Glassix also offers digital document signing and sharing.
Currently looking for integrator partners in AU/NZ
Log-On Software Ltd is one of the leading and established software companies in Israel. They have been operating in the local and international high-tech market since 1983. The company has more than 800 employees and specialises in technological recruitment and advanced services for high-tech companies, banks and financial institutions, government and security bodies and more. The company has an advanced development centre that offers a wide range of solutions, training and develops and maintains various software products with a wide range of clients both locally and world-wide.
For all enquiries, email Kelly at the Israel Trade Commission
ThetaRay is an artificial intelligence and big data analytics company helping financial organizations, cybersecurity divisions, and critical infrastructure becomes more resilient and seizes more opportunities. Its advanced analytical solutions operate with high speed, accuracy, and scale, enabling clients to manage risk, discover money laundering schemes, uncover fraud, expose bad loans, detect operational issues, and reveal valuable new growth opportunities.
The company was named a cool vendor in “Cool Vendors in Security for Technology and Service Providers, 2015” by the Gartner Research Group.