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Razberi redux

Tom Galvin starts new company: Razberi Technologies
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12/12/2011

CARROLLTON, Texas—Tom Galvin, an industry veteran who created the razberi NVR, announced in December that he’s launched a new business, Razberi Technologies, based here.

Infinova to acquire March Networks for $88.2 million

New entity will have ‘one of the largest R&D departments’ in the video surveillance industry
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12/09/2011

MONMOUTH JUNCTION, N.J., and OTTAWA—In a deal designed to speed March Networks' entry into the Asian market and create one of the ten largest global players in the video surveillance industry, Infinova announced Dec. 9 that it will acquire March Networks in a cash deal worth $88.2 million (C$90 million).

Honeywell appoints Harkins to replace Sohovich

In expanded role, Harkins will be responsible for all of Honeywell’s products businesses in the Americas
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12/08/2011

MELVILLE, N.Y.—Honeywell today announced that Scott Harkins will replace JoAnna Sohovich, who resigned from her role as president, Honeywell Security and Communications on Dec. 2.

Sohovich departs Honeywell

The company says succession plan under way, but no replacement named yet
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12/07/2011

MELVILLE, N.Y.—JoAnna Sohovich has resigned as president of Honeywell Security & Communications, Security Systems News has learned.

Changes at UTC

New roles for Barry, Orbegoso, Haskins, Hamberlin
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11/16/2011

HARTFORD, Conn.—Since UTC announced Sept. 28 that it merged UTC Fire & Security and Carrier Corp to form UTC Climate, Controls and Security Systems under the leadership of Geraud Darnis, more personnel changes have been made that affect the security and fire businesses.

AlertEnterprise airport project expands

TSA-sponsored pilot project spawns others, in other verticals too
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11/10/2011

NEW YORK—With an enviable private-sector customer list that includes the likes of Coca-Cola and Nike, software provider AlertEnterprise is expanding into the public sector with a focus on the airport vertical and critical infrastructure.

Mass transit job propels partnership

TimeSight Systems and Sentry 360 announce alliance
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11/10/2011

Spurred on by a project with a “major mass transit client” camera maker Sentry 360 and video lifecycle management provider TimeSight Solutions announced a technology alliance at ISC Solutions.

HTS Americas opens in New York

John Whiteman is new CEO
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11/09/2011

NEW YORK—License plate recognition provider HTS in late October opened a U.S. subsidiary, HTS Americas, here and named John Whiteman CEO.

Security cos. among fastest growing tech businesses

Avigilon ranks No. 4
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11/09/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine—Several companies who are active in the physical security space were listed on the “Deloitte 2011 Technology Fast 500,” released in October.

Mace Security sells IVS

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11/09/2011

COPPELL, Texas—Mace Security on October 27 announced the sale of IVS to Costar Video Systems, which is based here.

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