Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Intel Capital Invests $65M In Startups Ranging From Interactive Video To Wireless Electricity

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Intel Capital announced investments in 16 companies, totaling $65 million. The investments spanned cloud services, datacenter technologies, mobile and consumer-related services.

The investments are as follows:

CloudFX of Singapore is a cloud strategy consulting company that helps companies re-architect IT infrastructures, operations and helps institute DevOps style practices.
Cloudian of Japan and the United States, is an object storage platform that is compatible with Amazon Web Services, Citrix Cloud Platform, Apache CloudStack, OpenStack and other cloud services.

CSDN  is a Chinese company that provides a community website and services platform for IT professionals in China. According to Intel Capital, it has 27 million registered users and 500,000 enterprise partner members. The company owns several Chinese IT communities such as CMDN, a mobile developer community and IT recruiting website Pongo.

DotProduct provides software for real-time capturing and processing of 3-D data on Android tablets. Use cases include documenting crime scenes to imaging movies sets for gaming and entertainment applications.

Wayz Japan is a service to store, manage, access, share and organize files anywhere on any device.

Interlude is an Israeli platform provider to create interactive videos that allows viewers to determine what happens next in the viewing experience.  Its authoring platform.-Treehouse, allows video creators to map, build and publish Interlude videos on Web, mobile and social platforms. Pretty cool.

Read more: TechCrunch
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