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Red Hawk makes two acquisitions

February 13, 2017Paul Ragusa

BOCA RATON, Fla.—Red Hawk Fire & Security LLC, a leader in fire, life safety and electronic security services based here, acquired two companies within a week, expanding its geographic footprint and capabilities in key areas of Florida and the mid-Atlantic region. Terms of both transactions were not disclosed.On Jan. 31, Red Hawk acquired Integrated Systems of Florida, strengthening the company's existing fire, life safety and integrated security services operations in Central and North Florida.“For...

Alarm Tech Solutions, Integrated Systems of Florida, Michael McWilliams, Red Hawk Fire & Security

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General News

Fireproofing the cloud

April 24, 2013Tess Nacelewicz

“Is my cloud provider secure?” That's a question security integrators often pose as they move their data off site to the cloud. But another important question they also might want to ask of cloud providers is: “Does the server farm where you're storing my valuable data have optimal fire protection?” As more and more businesses turn to cloud storage, such server farms, also known as data centers, are growing, not only in number but also in size. In fact, some centers...

Alarm Tech Solutions, Honeywell, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), UTC Climate Controls & Security, Verizon

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Fire Systems Installation

Alarm Tech makes synergetic acquisition

January 9, 2013Tess Nacelewicz

SEVERN, Md.—Alarm Tech Solutions, a fire company based here, has acquired SPC Inc. of Jessup, Md. The Jan. 7 acquisition increases Alarm Tech's work force by nearly 40 percent and provides it with a variety of new and expanded market opportunities. “It's very exciting,” Alarm Tech President and CEO Marty Smith told Security Systems News. “It's bringing a lot of synergies together.” SPC is now a division of Alarm Tech and the two have combined staffs....

Alarm Tech Solutions, Marty Smith, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Paul Curry, SPC

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