YARMOUTH, Maine—Several companies that are active in the physical security space were listed on the Deloitte 2011 Technology Fast 500, released in October. Deloitte is a global professional services firm and has been compiling the list since 1995. Award winners were selected based on percentage of fiscal-year revenue growth from 2006 to 2010.
A quick glance at the “Deloitte 2011 Technology Fast 500” showed several technology companies listed who are active in the security space. Deloitte, is “a global professional services firm,” and has been compiling the list since 1995. Award winners were selected based on percentage of fiscal year revenue growth from 2006 to 2010. The actual revenue figures, alas, were not included. Here they are:
Avigilon, a provider of cameras, video management systems and LPR software, ranked #4 with 38,796% revenue growth.
VidSys, a PSIM software provider, ranked #273 with a reported 320% revenue increase.
Aruba Networks, ranked #316 with 268 percent revenue increase.
Genetec, a provider of video management, access control and LPR software, ranked #374 with 212% revenue increase.
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions ranked 398 with 196 percent growth.
Identive Group, provider of products and services for the identity, security and RFID markets, ranked 468 with 152 percent growth.
Blackboard Inc., a provider of mass notification systems, ranked #482 with 144% revenue increase.
FLIR Systems, a provider of thermal imaging technology, ranked #487 with 141% revenue increase.
ORLANDO, Fla.—There was plenty of news being made at ASIS 2011, which took place at the Orange County Convention Center Sept. 19-21. Below are some editor round-ups from ventured out onto the show floor to collect news and other goings-on.
MONTREAL—Genetec’s unified security platform, Security Center 5.0, can for the first time integrate with intrusion panels, the company announced May 18.
“We’ve integrated with intrusion panels before, but it’s always been a custom integration,” said Jimmy Palatsoukas, Genetec senior product manager. “Now it’s an off-the-shelf feature.”
MONTREAL—In a buy that brings “personnel and products” Genetec, a provider of physical and IP security solutions, announced Dec. 15 it had acquired Sipelia, a seven-person privately-held software company based in Paris, France.
MONTREAL—Genetec, a provider of physical and IP security solutions on Nov. 9 announced Bill Nash has joined Genetec in the role of Chief Operating Officer. Nash will augment Genetec’s existing executive team with his experience in successfully mentoring fast-growing high tech companies and will help formulate policies and procedures needed to proactively manage future growth.