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List of multinationals with research and development centres in Israel

There are over 250 foreign R&D Centers in Israel.[1]

Google development center in Matam, Haifa
Broadcom development center in Herzliya
Alcatel-Lucent development center in Azorim technology park
BMC Software development center in Tel Aviv
Company Country Sector Major Acquisitions And Activities
3M  United States Electronics Attenti [2]
Alcatel-Lucent  France Telecommunication LANNET, Chromatis Networks, Mobilitec[3]
Amazon  United States Internet Aannapurna Labs[4]
AOL  United States Internet 5min Media [5]
AMD  United States Semiconductors Graphic Remedy[6]
Apple  United States Consumer electronics Anobit,[7] PrimeSense[8]
Applied Materials  United States Semiconductors Orbot Instruments, Opal Technologies,[9] Oramir Semiconductor[10]
ARM Holdings  United Kingdom Semiconductors Sansa Security[11]
AT&T  United States Telecommunication Interwise [12]
Autodesk  United States Software R&D Center[13]
Barclays  United Kingdom Financial Services R&D Center[14]
BMC Software  United States Software New Dimension Software,[15] Identify Software[16]
Broadcom  United States Semiconductors VisionTech, M-Stream, Siliquent Technologies, Dune Networks, Percello, Provigent, SC Square[17]
ChemChina  China Chemicals Makhteshim Agan[18]
Citigroup  United States Financial Services R&D Center[19]
Cisco  United States Telecommunication CLASS Data Systems, HyNEX, Seagull Semiconductor, PentaCom, P-Cube, Riverhead Networks,[20] Intucell,[21] Sheer Networks,[22] NDS Group[23][24]
Dassault Systèmes  France Software
Dell  United States Computer technology R&D center[25]
Dropbox  United States Internet Cloudon (2015)[26]
ebay  United States Internet Shopping.com, Fraud Sciences, The Gift Project[27]
EMC  United States Computer technology Kashya, nLayers, proActivity, Illuminator, ZettaPoint, Cyota,[28] XtremIO[29]
Facebook  United States Internet Onavo,[30] Pebbles Interfaces[31]
General Electric  United States Medical Technology Nuclear and MR businesses of Elscint,[32] Diasonics Vingmed[33]
General Motors  United States Automotive
Google  United States Internet LabPixies, Quiksee, modu (patents only),[34] Waze[35]
Harman International Industries  United States Electronics Red Bend Software[36]
HP  United States Computer technology Indigo Digital Press, Scitex Vision, Nur Macroprints, Mercury Interactive, Shunra[37]
Huawei  China Telecommunication
IBM  United States Computer technology Ubique,[38] I-Logix,[39] XIV,[40] Guardium,[41] Diligent Technologies,[42] Storwize,[43] Worklight,[44] Trusteer[45]
ICAP  United Kingdom Financial Services Traiana[46]
Intel  United States Semiconductors DSPC[47] Envara,[48] Comsys,[49] InVision Biometrics,[50] Telmap[51]
John Deere  United States Agricultural technology
Johnson & Johnson  United States Medical Technology
Lenovo[52]  China Consumer electronics
LG  South Korea Consumer electronics
McAfee  United States Software
Micro Focus International  United Kingdom Software NetManage[53]
Microsoft  United States Software Maximal,[54] Peach Networks,[55] Whale Communications,[56] Gteko,[57] YaData,[58] 3DV Systems[59]
Monsanto  United States Telecommunication Rosetta Green(2013)[60]
Motorola  United States Telecommunication Terayon,[61] Bitband[62]
Oracle  United States Software
Nestlé   Switzerland Food processing Osem[63]
PayPal  United States Internet
Philips  Netherlands Medical Technology
Polycom  United States Telecommunication
Qualcomm  United States Semiconductors
Samsung  South Korea Consumer electronics Boxee[64]
SanDisk  United States Semiconductors M-Systems[65]
SAP  Germany Software OFEK-Tech, TopTier Software, TopManage, A2i[66]
Sears  United States Retail
SeaGate  United States Computer storage
Siemens  Germany Electronics
Software AG  Germany Software
Sun Pharmaceutical  India Pharmaceuticals Taro Pharmaceuticals[67]
SingTel[68]  Singapore Telecommunications
Syngenta   Switzerland Agribusiness Zeraim Gedera[69]
Tata Group  India Information Technology Technology Innovation Momentum Fund[70]
Tech Mahindra  India Telecommunications Comverse Technology[71]
Teradata  United States Data warehousing Appoxee(2015) ~$20–25 mil [72]
Texas Instruments  United States Semiconductors
Xiaomi  China Consumer electronics
Xerox  United States Information Technology XMpie[73]
Yahoo  United States Internet ClarityRay,[74] Dapper,[75] RayV[76]

See also

References

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  2. ^ 3M buys Israeli technology firm Attenti for $230m, Haaretz
  3. ^ Lucent Technologies Completes Acquisition of Mobilitec, a Leading Provider of Content Delivery and Management Software
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  6. ^ AMD to establish Israel R&D center in Tel Aviv, 1 June 2011, Globes
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  8. ^ Apple Agrees to $350 Million Deal for Israel’s PrimeSense, Bloomberg
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  10. ^ Applied Materials Inc · SEC Filing 10-Q · For 7/29/01
  11. ^ Strong ARM scoops up Sansa to boost IoT security , The Register, July 2015
  12. ^ Telco R&D Centers in Israel Scorecard, By Levi Shapiro On October 28, 2013, VCcafe
  13. ^ Autodesk Israel R&D Center
  14. ^ Barclays launches R&D center in Israel, March 15, 2011
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  17. ^ Broadcom.com - Strategic Acquisitions
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  19. ^ Citi to Launch R&D Center in Israel to Support Activity Throughout the World September 18, 2011
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  21. ^ Cisco announces intent to acquire Intucell, Jan 2013
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  24. ^ Cisco Systems Israel
  25. ^ An Inside Look: Dell’s R&D center in Israel , Avishay Bassa | GeekTime, December 16, 2013
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  28. ^ EMC CEO: We'll make more acquisitions in Israel - Globes, 7 Dec 2011
  29. ^ EMC Acquires XtremIO, May 2012
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  32. ^ Elbit sells off Elscint businesses through deals with Picker and GE Diagnostic Imaging September 16, 1998
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  45. ^ IBM Buys Israel/US Cybersecurity Specialist Trusteer For $800M-$1B
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  51. ^ [1]. The New York Times. Retrieved October 2, 2011.
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  63. ^ Nestle may receive R&D grant for Sderot
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  66. ^ SAP - Dedicated Partner to Israel, Invest in Israel
  67. ^ Sun Pharma Acquires Controlling Stake in Taro, WSJ, Sep 10 2010
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  69. ^ Syngenta Reinforces Vegetable Seeds With Zeraim Gedera Acquisition
  70. ^ $100 billion Tata shops for tech innovation in Tel Aviv, Times of Israel; May 6, 2013
  71. ^ India’s Tech Mahindra to set up R&D Centre in Israel
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  74. ^ http://forward.com/articles/204244/yahoo-buys-israeli-start-up-clarityray/
  75. ^ Yahoo Nabs Display Ads Startup Dapper
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