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Eagle Eye Networks acquires Panasonic Cloud Management Services Europe BV

Deal broadens Eagle Eye’s product line, creates global cloud surveillance video company

AUSTIN, Texas—Eagle Eye Networks Inc., a cloud-based video surveillance solutions company headquartered here, today announced the acquisition of Panasonic Cloud Management Services Europe BV (PCMSEU), broadening Eagle Eye’s product line and creating a global cloud survei

Industry veterans unite to form Obsidian Security

New company raises $9.5m Series A funding, establishes Southern California HQ

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.—Security industry veterans recently joined forces to form Obsidian Security, raising $9.5 million in Series A funding led by Greylock Partners and establishing its headquarters here.

New CRM on the market


LEWES, Del.—Initially developed as an in-house offering for an alarm dealer, SableCRM+ is now an independent company coming to market with a new CRM software.

UniKey receives $5 million

Company focuses on keyless entry in residential, commercial and soon automotive spaces

WINTER PARK, Fla.—UniKey, a company focused on keyless entry, in May added $5 million in funding, an extension on existing funding from various partners.

Boon Edam sustains double-digit growth rate

Demand for anti-tailgating products increasing globally, CEO says

LILLINGTON, N.C.—Boon Edam, a global company that specializes in secure entry solutions, continues its strong double-digit growth rate as demand for its products increases both here in the U.S. and globally, according to Boon Edam CEO Mark Borto.'s first quarter earnings up 26 percent

Announcement follows company’s filing of patent infringement lawsuit against SecureNet and Protect America

TYSONS, Va.— reported this past week a 26 percent year-over-year increase in total revenue for the first quarter, which ended March 31, 2017.

ComNet getting into access control market

First big move for company since it was acquired by ACRE in December

DANBURY, Conn.—ComNet, Communication Networks of Danbury, a manufacturer of transmission and networking equipment based here, recently announced its entry into the access control marketplace, the company’s first big move since joining the ACRE family of companies back in December of 2016.

Vanderbilt prepares to launch new product in North America

Company to bring newly acquired cloud-based access control system to North America

WIESBADEN, Germany—Vanderbilt acquired ACT—Access Control Technology, based in Dublin—in November 2016; Mitchell Kane, company president, talked with Security Systems News about Vanderbilt’s expectations for introducing its first cloud-based access control technology in the U.S.

Meet the new Pelco

CEO Sharad Shekhar looks to regain company’s former glory

CLOVIS, Calif.—Since taking over as CEO of Pelco by Schneider Electric in November of 2015, Sharad Shekhar has worked tirelessly to create a new identity for Pelco within the larger Schneider Electric organizational structure.

AMAG integrates technology with BioConnect

Company’s Bluetooth reader now works with biometric authentication app

LAS VEGAS—AMAG Technology, a security manufacturer specializing in access control, video management, identity management, intrusion detection and visitor management, announced at ISC West here last week that its Symmetry Blue Reader is integrating with BioConnect’s Biometric Authentication app.



SSN News Poll May 2018

Rave Mobile Safety recently released survey info on employees’ understanding and perception of their workplaces’ emergency plans. Active shooters have become a more prevalent concern for schools, businesses and other meeting areas. Can security companies be better involved with emergency management?