MONTREAL- C-Chip Technologies, a publicly held developer of wireless technology used for tracking purposes, announced it ended discussions to acquire Unique Security, a full-service security company.
The deal, which was first announced in June, would have enabled C-Chip to leverage its wireless technology and Unique SecurityÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s monitoring station against the emerging market of automatic vehicle location.
KITCHENER, Ontario - Understanding the benefits of traditional security services linking with IT applications, Securitech has partnered with high-tech firm Computer Advocacy to offer remote monitoring of network serversÃ‚Â and Internet sites.
Perimeter911, which is the name of the service and the division at Computer Advocacy, has worked with Securitech for more than a year as part of a test program.
PITTSBURGH - Vector Security has awarded AT&T with a three-year, $3-million networking contract that has the telecommunications company providing all of the security companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s data services.
As a result of the deal, AT&T will implement an Internet protocol virtual private network that links the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s corporate headquarters in Pittsburgh to its 22 branches throughout the United States.
DALLAS - Almost a week before its 10-year anniversary in late August, Monitronics International has relocated its headquarters acrossÃ‚Â theÃ‚Â street from its former location in northwest Dallas, gaining more than 47,000 square feet to spread out its administrative and executive departments and offices.
Monitronics signed a long-term lease for the third, fourth and sixth floors of a six-story building and will retain space at the its previous headquarters.