|Headquarters||Herzliya Pituah, Herzliya, Israel|
|Products||Flash data storage devices|
Number of employees
|Parent||Apple Inc. (2012–present)|
Anobit Technologies, Ltd. (Hebrew: אנוביט) is an Israeli fabless designer of flash memory controllers. They were acquired by Apple in 2012 as they were the maker of a flash-memory drive part for the iPhone.
The firm was founded in 2006 by Ehud Weinstein, Ariel Maislos, and Ofir Shalvi. It has a portfolio of 65 patents (24 granted and 41 pending), including Memory Signal Processing technology. It is headquartered in Herzliya, with an American office in Marlborough, Massachusetts. Investors in the company include, Boston based Battery Ventures.
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