But the surest sign that Israeli sports (technology is on the map [yes, yes, Macabbi Tel Aviv basketball reference] is that we’ve even had some cool exits in the space: Intel bought sports video technology company Replay Technologies, which makes sports replays look like scenes from “The Matrix,” for $175 million. Read more on Haaretz here.
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In addition, the “burst of innovation that comes out of Israel,” and the recent acquisitions Intel has made in Israel, including Mobileye and sports startup Replay Technologies, “strengthen the connection and the appreciation for the technologies that are being delivered from Israel.” Read more on The Times of Israel here.
In 2016, Intel acquired Israeli startup Replay Technologies, a developer of 3D video technology that is used by professional sports broadcasters, for over $160 million. Read more on The Times of Israel here.
Intel’s technology is a byproduct of its 2016 acquisition of Israeli video tech firm Replay Technologies, several years after the $64 billion-in-revenue chipmaker made a low six-figure investment in the startup. Read more on Forbes here.
With its acquisition of the Israel-based startup Replay Technologies, Intel established a new business unit called Intel Sports. Read more on Calcalist here.
Thanks to a deal between Intel and the International Olympic Committee, special viewing features will be available from Israeli startup Replay Technologies. Read more on Israel21c here.
Intel’s 3D content capturing technology, based on multiple ultra high-definition cameras recording in 360-degrees, is developed and by its Tel Aviv-based subsidiary Replay Technologies Inc. Read more on Calcalist here.
Last year in March, Intel surprised by announcing a reported $175 million deal to buy Israel-based startup Replay Technologies, which offers 3D and 360-degree video for sporting events. The tremendous live sport market is already embracing 360-degree viewing to “digitise” their offerings. Read more on ZD Net here.
Intel’s 2016 acquisition of Israel’s Replay Technologies is resulting in more 3D viewing opportunities for American football fans. Read more on Israel21c here.
Matteo Shapira is CTO and co-founder of Replay Technologies, a 360-degree camera technology provider that won plenty of attention at this year’s Super Bowl, when its tech was used to create audience-pleasing replays including a ‘Be The Player’ cam. By then Shapira and his Tel Aviv/California-based team had already won the affections of Intel through […]