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Libit Signal Processing


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About Libit Signal Processing

Libit Signal Processing offers chipset solutions for broadband networking applications, primarily cable modems and digital set-top boxes.

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Latest Libit Signal Processing News

Disappointing Exit for Machine Learning Company ParallelM

Jun 24, 2019

Disappointing Exit for Machine Learning Company ParallelM ParallelM’s Israeli founders have seen several hefty exits between them, including the sale of Anobit to Apple and Libit Signal Processing to Texas Instruments Meir Orbach 10:4424.06.19 Sunnyvale, California-headquartered ParallelM Inc, also known as Parallel Machines, has been acquired by predictive modeling company DataRobot Inc., according to one person familiar with the matter who spoke to Calcalist on condition of anonymity. The sum of the acquisition, which stood at several tens of millions of dollars, did not yield a return on investment for the company’s shareholders, the person said. Investors in the company include Pitango Venture Capital, Viola Ventures, and North83. Founded in 2014, ParallelM develops software for automating the deployment, scaling, and ongoing management of machine learning services in the production process. Two of the company’s co-founders, Ofir Shalvi and Ehud (Udi) Weinstein, have been responsible for some of Israel’s most impressive exits. Together and separately, the two were involved in the 1999 sale of Libit Signal Processing to Texas Instruments for $365 million; the 2006 sale of Passave to PMC-Sierra for $300 million; the sale of Anobit Technologies Ltd., for around $400 million to Apple in 2012; and the sale of Cyvera to Palo Alto Networks for around $200 million in 2014. After five years of operations that included management changes and several business pivots, ParallelM has seemingly failed to realize the potential hoped for by its founders and investors.

Libit Signal Processing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Libit Signal Processing's headquarters?

    Libit Signal Processing's headquarters is located at Herzliya.

  • What is Libit Signal Processing's latest funding round?

    Libit Signal Processing's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Libit Signal Processing?

    Investors of Libit Signal Processing include Texas Instruments and Giza Venture Capital.

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