December 2007
Red Herring;12/1/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 30, p59
Trade Publication
The article features several startups in Israel that are finalists in the 2007 "Red Herring/Israel Venture Capital Best Startup Competition. Fables semiconductor startup Altair Semiconductor claims it has developed a low-power chip contender for mobile broadband. The technology developed by Tony Peled, who founded the company, Gamida Cell and serves as chief technology officer, expands the number of stem cells while retaining their original characteristics and functionality. GreenRoad Technologies, formerly called DriveDiagnostics, makes hardware and software technology for monitoring driver behavior.


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