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SALTO Systems released new wireless access control technology

July 7, 2020SSN Staff

NORCROSS, Ga.—Manufacturer of electronic access control solutions, SALTO, has released their Neo Cylinder — a new electronic cylinder that offers more features and better functionality than any other cylinder on the market.  “SALTO’s new Neo Cylinder technology allows us to introduce customers, systems operators and installers to new experience and to connect keyless access where we couldn’t have justified wiring a door before,” Marc Handels, co-founder, SALTO Systems, said in...

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Vanderbilt finalizes acquisition of ACT

November 9, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

WIESBADEN, Germany—Vanderbilt, a global security systems provider, finalized on Nov. 1 its purchase of Access Control Technology Ltd., a Dublin-based company that specializes in cloud-based access control and video management solutions.Vanderbilt CEO Joe Grillo said the integration of ACT's product line into Vanderbilt's core offering brings significant depth to the company's access control and video surveillance while also bringing a new cloud-based solution to the portfolio. Financial details...

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Vanderbilt to acquire Ireland-based access control company

September 7, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

WIESBADEN, Germany—Vanderbilt, a global provider of security systems based here, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Access Control Technology Ltd (ACT), a Dublin-based company that designs and manufactures enterprise-level and cloud-based access control and video management solutions.Although the financial details of the deal were not released, the transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2016.“We really like the strategic fit with ACT, which has a very...

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