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Startup’s mPERS device has siren, camera, pepper spray

Pangaea, developer of the Defender, is crowdfunding, hopes to emulate success of Canary
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04/23/2014

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif.—A developer of Internet-enabled life safety products is teaming up with a central station software provider to bring what it’s calling “everywhere security” to alarm monitoring.

AES' IntelliStart service making an impact

In addition to the training service, the company launched a pair of "productivity tools" at ISC West
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04/16/2014

LAS VEGAS—Since August 2012, when AT&T announced it will discontinue its 2G service on Jan. 1, 2017, talk about the need for central stations and dealers to protect themselves from the adverse effects of cellular “sunsets” has picked up.  

NMC opens new central station

California facility boasts enhanced infrastructure and redundancies, new education center
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04/09/2014

LAKE FOREST, Calif.—National Monitoring Center’s new 25,000-square-foot hot-redundant central station, located here, features upgrades in hardware, infrastructure, telecommunications and redundancies, Woodie Andrawos, executive vice president of NMC, told Security Systems News.

I-View Now unites verified alarms and analytics

The company’s Cloud Analytic, which debuted at ISC West, runs an analytic through video alarms pulled from proprietary devices
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04/08/2014

HENDERSON, Nev.—Verified alarms are based on the idea that more information for central station results in better, more efficient response from law enforcement. That principle is behind the development of a cloud analytic from I-View-Now, a service that suggests that even in the category of verification, there is room to know more.

Speck named president of Bold Technologies

R&D, new technology partnerships on Speck’s to-do list; company to launch two versions of PBX enterprise product at ISC West
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03/31/2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Bold Technologies, a provider of central station automation software, has promoted Chuck Speck, formerly the VP of the company, to be its new president.

NMC opens new central station

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03/31/2014

LAKE FOREST, Calif.—National Monitoring Center has announced the opening of a new 25,000-square-foot facility here, according to a news release.

LogicMark says mPERS not just for seniors

To be unveiled at ISC West, the mobile unit, SentryPal, is envisioned as product for teens and college students
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03/26/2014

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—PERS provider LogicMark, based here, is making a foray into the mobile PERS market with the launch of SentryPal, set to be rolled out at ISC West.

Monitronics to relocate

Monitoring giant will consolidate operations at new campus
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03/26/2014

DALLAS—Monitronics International, a third-party central station based here, will relocate to a new three-story, 165,000-square-foot corporate campus in the middle of 2015, Bruce Mungiguerra, vice president of operations at Monitronics, told Security Systems News.

Affiliated to unveil mobile app for dealers, technicians

It’s also exploring ways to monitor 'non-traditional devices'
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03/19/2014

UNION, N.J.—At its dealer summit in December, Affiliated Monitoring made clear that it was making a concerted push to develop its mobile aspect. The company is about to take another big step in that direction.

UCC completes Stages conversion, mobile app for dealers

Company also developing expanded technical support offering
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03/12/2014

SAN ANTONIO—The big milestone early in 2014 for United Central Control, a wholesale monitoring provider based here, is the now-complete conversion to Stages, a technology platform from Secure Global Systems that Tracey Ritchie, vice president and general manager of UCC, calls an “investment towards the future.”

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