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DMP unveils stand-alone access control solution

February 2, 2021SSN Staff

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.—For access-only applications, security companies can now get exactly the features and functionality they need without wasting money on a more complicated system. DMP’s new cloud-based X1 Series delivers a solution that’s simple to program, fast to install, easy to use and most important, it’s very reasonably priced. “If you’re using Brivo, Prodatakey, OpenPath, Feenics or any other access control product, you owe it to your business to give...

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Identiv unveils cloud-based access control as a service

November 9, 2020SSN Staff

FREMONT, Calif.—Identiv Inc. announced the release of Freedom Cloud, the cloud-based access control as a service (ACaaS) offering for the Freedom Access Control solution. Identiv noted in the announcement that its Freedom Cloud features “the industry’s lowest equipment footprint” and its cloud, subscription-based service gives organizations the option to pay as they go and only for what they need, equaling less investment and greater cash flow. “Your cloud solution...

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ACRE partners with WaveLynx Technologies

October 21, 2020SSN Staff

LAS VEGAS—ACRE, a global provider of security products and solutions for the access control, intrusion, smart traffic and video surveillance markets, announced that the ACRE brands — RS2, Vanderbilt and Open Options — will launch ACT ID, a new cloud-based mobile credential application. “Mobility is an integral part of the goal of forward-thinking enterprise organizations, as more organizations look for way to leverage more touchless access control and seamless visitor management...

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Brivo makes first acquisition in 20-year history

March 3, 2020Paul Ragusa, Editor

BETHESDA, Md.—Cloud-based physical security provider Brivo made its first acquisition in company history this week, bringing on Parakeet, a provider of smart office and building solutions that first got its start in the vacation rental market in 2015.Brivo President & CEO Steve Van Till noted that the acquisition allows Brivo to provide more “smart office capabilities” to its channel partners and end users, including sensors, thermostats, wireless locks and lighting controls.“Our...

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Drako pays $50m cash for Brivo

June 10, 2015Martha Entwistle

AUSTIN, Texas–Dean Drako, founder of Barracuda Networks and Eagle Eye Networks, today announced his purchase of Brivo Systems for $50 million cash.Eagle Eye Networks is a cloud-based provider of video surveillance systems. Brivo is a cloud-based access control provider and a pioneer of cloud systems in physical security.“It was too much of an opportunity to pass up,” Drako told Security Systems News. Plus, he said Eagle Eye is “getting more and more requests to integrate its video...

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