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acre introduces SPCevo and SPC Connect 4.0


Acre introduces SPCevo and SPC Connect 4.0

October 24, 2023SSN Staff

LAS VEGAS – Acre security has announced its latest hardware and software solutions, SPCevo and SPC Connect 4.0, which will be prominently featured at the SECTECH Security Event in Sweden. The company said that SPCevo represents the next evolution in acre security’s intrusion detection line of controllers, offering improved performance, higher powered power supplies, and auxiliary power distribution. In addition, existing SPC controllers can be easily migrated to the new SPCevo series. Described...

acre, Andreas Kull, General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), intrusion detection, SECTECH, SPC

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Convergint Technologies buys again

November 15, 2017Paul Ragusa

SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—Convergint Technologies, a worldwide service-based systems integration company based here, recently announced the acquisition of Minnesota-based SPC, a company with a strong presence in the commercial banking vertical market.Dan Moceri, executive chairman and co-founder of Convergint Technologies, told Security Systems News that he is excited to have the entire SPC team join the Convergint family. SPC president and CEO Dan Chastanet and CFO Marc Weisenburger, as well as all...

Convergint Technologies, Dan Chastanet, Dan Moceri, Marc Weisenburger, SPC

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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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