LONG GROVE, Ill.—U.S. Alarms/Dynamark Security, based in Bethlehem, Pa., has purchased the assets of 4 Seasons Security, the alarm division of Deiter Bros., according to a statement from The Davis Group, which facilitated the acquisition.
PROVO, Utah—Vivint Solar, a provider of solar energy solutions, introduced Dan Rapp as the company’s inaugural chief technology officer, according to a company statement. Until it was purchased by Blackrock at the end of 2012, Vivint Solar was a division of Vivint.
BURR RIDGE, Ill.—Stacey Toscas was about to step into the shower when her ADT smoke detector began to beep. Seconds later, she discovered her dining room had erupted in flames, according to a report from The Chicago Sun-Times Burr Ridge website.
STEPHENVILLE, Texas—Cowboy Tobacco Company owner Jimmy Jackson had a feeling something was amiss when his alarm company called to say his shop alarm was going off, but he wasn’t immediately aware of just how amiss.
IRVINE, Calif.—HID Global, a provider of secure identity solutions, today announced Bridget Burke has joined the company as vice president and chief information officer, according to a company statement.
BOSTON – One of America’s oldest cities has some pretty old fire alarm boxes as well, and Boston is looking for proposals from vendors on how to upgrade the city’s network of 2,200 fire alarm boxes, according to a press release from the city.
GOTHENBURG, Sweden—Approximately 2.8 million patients worldwide used home-based remote monitoring devices in 2012, and that number is expected to grow in the coming years, according to new research from Berg Insight, an analyst firm based here.