Also Noted

ADS Security implements ASAP

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12/11/2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—ADS Security implemented the ASAP program, starting with Morgan Country, Ala., the company announced in December.

New Orleans considers drones

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12/11/2015

NEW ORLEANS—After two recent shooting deaths, both amidst large crowds, the New Orleans police department said it is looking into drones for crowd surveillance.

ACA receives M&A award

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11/20/2015

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa.—Alarm Capital Alliance recently received the "Excellence in Security Account Acquisitions" designation in Corporate LiveWire's 2015 Mergers & Acquisitions Awards Guide.

Retired FBI agent joins SIAC

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11/20/2015

FRISCO, Texas—Bob Pence, a 30-year veteran of the FBI, joined the Security Industry Alarm Coalition on Nov. 1.

DTT gets FastBreak

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11/17/2015

LOS ANGELES—Manufacturer and integrator DTT announced in November it is the exclusive surveillance and loss prevention provider for Ed’s FastBreak, a 20-unit convenience store brand with stores throughout Oregon and Northern California.

SecurityRI.com recognized

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11/17/2015

NORTH PROVIDENCE, R.I.—SecurityRI.com, a full-service security company announced it has been listed as one of the “Fastest Growing and Innovative Companies in Rhode Island” according to Providence Business News.

Vector reaches milestone

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11/17/2015

PITTSBURGH—Vector Security announced it has reached a milestone in the management and deployment of more than 25,000 IP-based systems and edge devices for national multi-site customers via Internet and secure wide area network (WAN) connections.

Avigilon ups credit facility to $240 million

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11/17/2015

VANCOUVER, Ontario—Avigilon on Nov.16 announced that it has increased its existing multi-tranche senior secured syndicated credit facility from $200 million to $240 million.

CMS joins ASAP

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11/06/2015

LONGWOOD, Fla.—Criticom Monitoring Services went live with ASAP to PSAP program in mid-October, starting with the city of Richmond, Va.

Study: Entertainment services driving smart home market

Consumers will spend $100 billion by 2020, firm says
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11/04/2015

HAMPSHIRE, U.K.—Consumers will spend $100 billion on smart home services by 2020, according to new data from Juniper Research, based here. That includes expenses for entertainment, energy and home automation.

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