AUSTIN, Texas—Pivot3, a $31 million provider of storage appliances for video surveillance and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), plans to increase the percentage of its revenues that it derives from services to north of 25 percent, CEO Rich Bravman told Security Systems News.
LEHI, Utah—With the goal of being “vertically integrated” and “in control of all components” of its offerings, security and home automation provider Vivint announced that it has opened the Vivint Innovation Center here.
BETHESDA, Md.—Capital One announced Feb. 12 that it closed two new transactions—one with Envysion, a managed-video-surveillance-as-a-service provider based in Louisville, Colo., and a separate $20 million deal with full-service security company Vyanet Security of Bend, Ore.
NORTHBROOK, Ill.—Underwriters Laboratories is launching the first digital-camera performance standard in February and plans to have some cameras certified in time for ISC West, Bob Jamieson, UL general manager, life safety and security industries, told Security Systems N
CARLSBAD, Calif.—Linear will introduce a new line of Z-Wave-enabled products at ISC West this year as the result of an asset acquisition from Advanced Control Technologies, Duane Paulson, Linear SVP, product and market development, told Security Systems News.
ORRVILLE, Ohio—The Will-Burt Company, a manufacturer of telescoping mast and tower solutions for surveillance, has acquired LINX Security Solutions, an access control line, according to a company statement.
IRVINE, Calif.—In a deal that brings new capabilities for its government customers and promise for increasing its commercial business, HID Global announced Jan. 8 that it has acquired Codebench, a physical security identity management company.