Seven Israeli Big Data Startups to Watch

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genby Angela Guess

Napier Lopez of The Next Web reports, “UpWest Labs  is a US-based accelerator that brings promising Israeli startups to a four month program in Silicon Valley for a chance to break out big. This is UpWest Labs’ eighth class to make it to California – here’s a look at what they have to offer.” Lopez continues, “Genoox hopes to make it easier to store and share genetic data in the cloud – medical professionals will be able to rapidly access a patient’s genetic information in order to quickly diagnose and treat their patients.”

He goes on, “Passwords and fingerprints are so old school. SecuredTouch wants take a new approach on mobile security by authenticating users by analyzing their touchscreen habits – the way you interact with your touchscreen can say a lot about you, and according to SecuredTouch, enough to verify the authenticity of a login… Xyrosoft is about making big data more accessible, integrating and replicating large scale data between NoSQL and common relational databases in real-time. Its data management solutions can also help extract analytics across organizations, as well as migrate applications to new databases.”

Read the rest of the list here.

photo credit: Genoox

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