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World Wide likes connected home offering

June 27, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—World Wide Security/GC Alarm has been selected by Honeywell as one of its First Alert Professional dealers to introduce Tuxedo Touch to the marketplace, the company announced last week. “We're getting it out the market now and we're getting a good response,” Joe Ingegno, VP of World Wide/GC Alarm, based here, told Security Systems News. “We did a lot of the program to beta test the product and we were the most familiar with it, so it was easier...

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World Wide acquires Rainbow Home Systems

November 23, 2010Martha Entwistle

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—World Wide Security joined forces with a former competitor with the acquisition, announced Nov. 22, of Rainbow Home Systems of East Meadow, N.Y. “It's a really attractive tuck-in acquisition for us,” said Mark Simson, CFO of World Wide Security. “Their office was about five miles down the road from us.” The buy includes the assets of Rainbow, 1,200 new, mostly residential accounts, and five employees. All of the accounts have been moved to World Wide's...

Alarm Security Inc., Digital Surveillance and Security, home automation, Joe Ingegno, Lenny Minervini, Mark Simson, Rainbow Home Systems, True Value Alarms, World Wide Securtiy

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World Wide expects iVision24 will help it dominate video market

November 1, 2010Daniel Gelinas

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—Vision Monitoring Services, the dealer program and UL-listed central station division of World Wide Security/GC Alarm, is betting its new hosted-video/two-way audio solution iVision24 will help it lead the video pack in its region. “We're hoping to drive the marketplace in this area,” said Karen Johnson, director of marketing and public relations for World Wide, which is based here. “We have been inviting police departments to visit our offices to discuss...

Chris Edgar, iVision24, Joe Ingegno, Karen Johnson, Mark Simson, Vision Monitoring Services, World Wide Security Group

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