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MicroPower Technologies gets $6.5m from Motorola

Cameras are solar-powered and completely wireless
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01/11/2012

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. and SAN DIEGO—Jonathan Siann, founder and CEO of solar-powered, wireless surveillance provider MicroPower Technologies, says his company’s mission “is to change the economics of camera deployment,” and he now has $6.5 million in capital to achieve that goal.

iControl/Time Warner Cable sell home security/home automation together

iControl: Telecoms good partners because they are ‘very, very focused’ on the space
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01/10/2012

PALO ALTO, Calif.—Software provider iControl Networks this week announced a new partnership with Time Warner Cable, in which Time Warner’s IntelligentHome security and home automation solution is being powered by iControl software.

HID acquires software provider

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01/04/2012

IRVINE, Calif.—Seeking to take advantage of a market that HID Global executives say is “grossly under-penetrated,” HID has acquired EasyLobby, a provider of visitor management software and visitor badge printing solutions.

Post IPO, Avigilon targets casino market

Megapixel camera provider hit $40.5 million in sales in Q3
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12/20/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine—A veteran Las Vegas security director has joined Avigilon to help the megapixel surveillance camera manufacturer increase its presence in the casino and gaming sector, said Keith Marett, Avigilon's director of marketing.

VanDover: Tyco prepares to integrate Visonic

$100 million acquisition, in works since June, closes
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12/19/2011

SCHAFFHAUSEN, Switzerland—Tyco announced Dec. 6 that it had closed on the $100 million acquisition of wireless security product provider Visonic. Now, Visonic is being evaluated by an integration team as part of the acquisition process, Mark VanDover, president of Tyco Security products, told Security Systems News in an email interview.

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.

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