monitoring services

Select Security Expands Into Kentucky

Select Security is proud to announce that it has expanded into Kentucky with the acquisition of three local companies. Over the past several months, Select Security has welcomed the employees and several thousand customers from Comstar Systems in Bowling Green, AAA Systems in Elizabethtown and Bardstown Alarm in Bardstown, KY.

Security Partners Announces Fourth Operations Center in U.S.

Security Partners has purchased a facility in Las Vegas because of its strategic location, and the favorable environment for conducting business on a national basis. The company will continue to maintain its West Coast operation in the Anaheim area for sales/administration, dealer support, and to accommodate the continued growth of its interactive monitoring services and dealer base, there.

G4S Technology Showcases New Technology Services Center During ASIS 2014

G4S Technology, a security systems integrator and project management company is launching its new Technology Services Center (TSC) at ASIS 2014. The sophisticated G4S TSC acts as the master control hub for G4S Technology’s superior video monitoring and real-time maintenance and network operations ensuring the highest level of security and reliability.

Global Link Response Centre Adds Monitoring Services For Bosch Systems

Global Link Response Centre, Inc. is now offering monitoring services for Bosch intrusion detection systems. The company recently installed a CONETTIX D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway, enabling it to receive communications from Bosch control panels. Located in Toronto, Global Link Response Centre provides professional and reliable monitoring and security services to thousands of homes and businesses across […]

a.p.i. Monitoring Adds Support For IP Communications From Bosch Systems

A long-discussed plan to bring free WiFi to downtown Beaufort could be up and running by the end of February. A “wire-cutting” ceremony is tentatively planned for Feb. 28. Main Street Beaufort, USA, has been working with Hargray Communications and the city of Beaufort on the plan, which would bring wireless Internet service to the Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Transmission equipment would be set up at the park’s pavilion and at the restrooms near the playground. “I’m ready to pull my big scissors out of my closet and sharpen them up so we cut that wire,” Main Street Beaufort executive director LaNelle Fabian said. “I love when we cross long-term projects off our list.” To use the WiFi on a smartphone, tablet, computer or other device, people will have to pass through a landing page with advertisements, information and links related to Beaufort. The service, which will cost $9,000 for the first year, is being paid for in part by that advertising. There are 17 ad spaces, with costs ranging from $375 to $1,500 for the banner at the top of the page, Fabian said. “I tried to keep the price down and small-business friendly, because our first go-around is going to be to downtown businesses so they can target the people who are downtown,” she said. Main Street seeks $4,500 in accommodations-tax money from the city to pay for the rest. The accommodations tax, often referred to as a “bed tax,” is a levy on overnight lodging […]

Security Partners Acquires Response Center USA

Security Partners acquires Response Center USA The deal provides redundancy, and is expected to increase number of dealers taking advantage of managed services offerings LANCASTER, Pa.—Security Partners, a wholesale monitoring company based here, has acquired San Antonio, Texas-based Response Center USA, a move that adds “better than 100 dealers” to its network, Mike Bodnar, president […]