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AT&T Confirms $48.5B Purchase of DirecTV

AT&T’s acquisition of DirecTV will allow the telecom to expand its broadband network to more than 70 million customer locations. It is unclear how the deal will impact the electronic security industry.


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The Burglar and Fire Alarm Association of Michigan (BFAAM) and the Electronic Security Association (ESA) have have opposed two bills that would create specific licensing requirements for IP-enabled security systems in Michigan. Both groups maintain that the legislation will help telephone companies enter into the state’s electronic security sector, while creating a burden on existing security providers. October 03, 2012

This weekend AT&T is opening a 10,000 square-foot flagship store on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue where for the first time the company will offer a retail demo of its Digital Life services. August 29, 2012

AT&T is the latest telecommunications company to launch a portfolio of IP-based home security and automation services, further ratcheting up competition in what is projected to be a multibillion-dollar market within a few years. By Rodney Bosch · June 03, 2012

AT&T will begin trials for its new home automation and security service this summer in Dallas and Atlanta, reports the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. May 06, 2012

AT&T plans to offer its remote monitoring and automation platform, Digital Life, worldwide. The company has developed the service and technology for international carriers that will develop and sell Web-based home automation security and energy services to clients. February 22, 2012

In this blog, Ken Kirschenbaum discusses if alarm companies can take legal action against cable providers and telcos to prevent them from having access to alarm company clients. Ken Kirschenbaum · December 05, 2011

In this blog, Ken Kirschenbaum discusses if alarm companies can take legal action against cable providers and telcos to prevent them from having access to alarm company clients. December 05, 2011

On the heels of AT&T announcing its plans to enter into the home security market, cable provider Time Warner Cable and telecom Frontier Communications will now offer home security services. November 21, 2011

AT&T plans to launch a new business division called Digital Life Services, which will offer home security, home monitoring, energy management and remote healthcare, reports the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. November 21, 2011

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