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Intel Capital makes 18 investments totalling USD77m

Intel Capital is making 18 new investments totalling approximately USD77m.

The investments were announced at the 11th annual Intel Capital CEO Summit, Intel Capital’s gathering of portfolio company chief executives, corporate technology decision makers from Global 1000 companies and thought leaders from around the world.

The new Intel Capital investments span 11 countries including Brazil, China, Germany, India, Israel, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Russia, Taiwan, Ukraine and the US.
The investments align with Intel’s focus on fostering innovation in core PC and server market segments including cloud computing, mobility solutions and access to broadband wireless in geographies around the world.

Additionally, these investments will help enable advancements in adjacent computing areas including smart TV, tablets and smartphones.
“Innovation continues to thrive all over the world,” says Arvind Sodhani, president of Intel Capital and Intel executive vice president. “Despite the economic environment, these 18 investments help advance next generation computing technologies aligning with Intel’s vision that more and more devices will compute and connect to the internet, called the ‘compute continuum.’ The innovative technology developed by these companies supports the compute continuum from advancements in PCs and server trends, such as cloud computing, to building out the ecosystem around smart TVs and smartphones.”
To date, 28 Intel Capital portfolio companies have exited in 2010 either through an IPO or acquisition.
The new investments include Adaptivity, Althea Systems, Anobit, boo-box, De Novo, Iptego, Layar, Lilliputian Systems, Inc, Ortiva Wireless, Rock Flow Dynamics, Select-TV, SilkRoad, Taifatech, Videon Central, Verismo Networks, Winchannel, YuMe and

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