In today’s weekly news round-up, Antony Smith has joined AD Group from Tyco as the new business development manager for fire detection solution brand FireVu. He will be focusing on the data centre industry and will also be working across a range of sectors including petrochemicals and manufacturing. Also in corporate news,  Milestone Systems has fully reported performance certification of five more Milestone Solution Partner integrations with IT infrastructure components such as servers, storage, and workstation products. The companies achieving this comprehensive process with documented results are EMC, HP Workstation, NetApp, PROMISE Technology and Seneca.

In application news, Verint recently announced that Sao Bernardo do Campo has deployed a comprehensive security intelligence platform that includes Verint Video Management Software™, Verint Situation Management Center™ and Verint IP Cameras as part of its “Safe City Program.” Over in the UK, Sawbridgeworth Town Council has completed its upgrade to next generation IDIS DirectIP™ full-HD wireless network surveillance. Designed and installed by systems integrator Sunstone IP Systems, the council selected the DirectIP solution based on performance, affordability and Sunstone’s innovative system design. Finally, Tim Myers, Director of Product Management at Tyco Security Products, was a featured speaker at CONNECTIONS Europe: Monetising Strategies for the Connected Home, which took place earlier this week. Myers participated in the panel discussion which explored new strategies, business models and partnership opportunities between players in the smart home market. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Antony Smith has joined AD Group from Tyco as the new business development manager for fire detection solution brand FireVu. He will be focusing on the data centre industry and will also be working across a range of sectors including petrochemicals and manufacturing. In other corporate news, DVS Limited has employed five new starters to sustain the incredible growth they it has experienced in recent years.

In application news, Sawbridgeworth Town Council in the UK has completed its upgrade to next generation IDIS DirectIP™ full-HD wireless network surveillance. Designed and installed by systems integrator Sunstone IP Systems, the council selected the DirectIP solution based on performance, affordability and Sunstone’s innovative system design. Also in the UK, ASSA ABLOY has supplied a range of products to the Camino mental health facility to help mitigate patient risk. ASSA’s DC256 clutch thumbturns were installed, offering privacy to patients while ensuring that staff can gain entry at all times in case of emergency. Finally, CNL Software has announced that it will be participating in the Teleste Video Surveillance Summit in Dubai on 7th December. Focused around the deployments of surveillance systems in urban environments, the summit will demonstrate the latest technologies and innovations available to solve today’s challenges in Middle Eastern cities. Read more security news…

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