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Linux security startup Capsule8 raises approximately $6.5 million led by Intel...

Capsule8 announced it has received a multimillion-dollar investment from Intel Capital. The estimated amount is $6.5 million. The startup, which offers cybersecurity protection for Linux...

Intel-backed Mesmer emerges from stealth to automate mobile app testing

Mesmer, a startup largely backed by Intel Capital, emerged from stealth today bearing robotic process automation (RPA) technology designed to drastically reduce the amount...

A 23-year-old B2B company has shown how keen India is for...

Away from the limelight of the press and the frenzy of fundraising, a tech startup in India has achieved a feat that few of...

Intel Capital leads $30 million investment in workplace automation platform Catalytic

Robotic process automation (RPA) software company Catalytic today announced the close of a $30 million funding round to grow the engineering, sales, and consulting...

Chicago RPA startup Catalytic hauls in $30M Series B

Robotics Process Automation (RPA) is as hot as any enterprise technology at the moment, as companies look for ways to marry their legacy systems...

Intel Capital invests in Fortanix and Pliops to beef up cloud...

Intel Capital today announced that it has participated in two investment rounds aimed at strengthening and securing infrastructure around cloud computing. Intel’s VC arm said it...

Intel Capital leads $12 million round for SAM Seamless Network and...

SAM Seamless Network today announced that it has raised $12 million in venture capital in a round led by Intel Capital. The Israeli startup makes...

National Grid unveils $250M corporate venture capital arm

National Grid, the Northeast’s natural gas and electricity company, is planting a flag in Silicon Valley with the launch of National Grid Partners. Led by...

Corporate venture investment climbs higher throughout 2018

Many corporations are pinning their futures on their venture investment portfolios. If you can’t beat startups at the innovation game, go into business with...