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Vivint Sells Off Solar Biz to SunEdison for $2.2B

Having already sold its door-to-door security and home automation business for $1.8 billion, Vivint is selling its solar installation business to renewable energy company SunEdison for $2.2 billion.


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Among the new measures, more random checks for airport and aviation employees and identifying biometric standards for access control. SSI Staff · July 16, 2015

Authorities allege in court papers Lifewatch is responsible for hundreds of millions of robocalls and that its campaigns are illegal. SSI Staff · July 16, 2015

A research firm estimates the market will be worth more than $5 billion by 2019. SSI Staff · July 16, 2015

CrowdStrike, a cybersecurity firm, has received $100 million in Series C funding from Google Capital, Web-hosting services firm Rackspace, Accel Partners and Warburg Pincus. SSI Staff · July 16, 2015

The Power Solutions unit provides a range of products and services to publicly traded utilities, construction and industrial companies. SSI Staff · July 16, 2015

The United States Postal Service (USPS) plans to give its mail carriers new devices that will feature panic buttons to keep employees safe. SSI Staff · July 15, 2015

Three armed men broke into R&B singer Chris Brown’s Los Angeles home, forcing his aunt into a closet during the intrusion. SSI Staff · July 15, 2015

Tyco Integrated Security stepped in to provide Virginia's Fairfax County Public Schools with a unique, integrated plan to ensure that its students and employees would be as safe and secure, earning the firm Security Sales & Integration's Integrated Installation of the Year runner-up notice. Scott Goldfine · July 15, 2015

The Kansas Wildlife Exhibit has decided to upgrade security, including installing security cameras in animal cages, after a beaver and bobcat escaped from their enclosures. SSI Staff · July 15, 2015

Security Sales & Integration "Monitoring Matters" columnist Peter Giacalone explains to security systems integrators that they're in the lifestyle business, not the technology business. Peter Giacalone · July 10, 2015




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