September 30, 2008
Bosch Security Systems’ agile and strategic ascent in the video surveillance market recently took a bold step forward ...
By Scott Goldfine · September 30, 2008
So the consensus from this year’s ASIS show in Atlanta was that exhibit floor traffic was ...
By Scott Goldfine · August 31, 2008
In late February, global conglomerate Bosch enhanced its Security Systems division by purchasing Extreme CCTV, a provider of active infrared illuminators, video surveillance products and systems for license plate capture technology. The $92 million transaction opened the door for new technologies that could change the video security market ...
August 31, 2008
The Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta will play host to the 54th Annual ASIS Int’l Seminar and Exhibits, Sept. 15-18, offering more than 175 educational sessions to attendees from around the world. The expo is a Mecca for security directors, law enforcement, consultants and a multitude of professionals who take part in one of the industry’s top networking opportunities ...
August 31, 2008
With new training centers, more in-depth classroom courses and a greater range of eLearning offerings, Bosch is helping to support and educate dealers and integrators as the market shifts toward greater adoption of IP security solutions.
July 15, 2008
Improvements to Bosch's CCTV technical support organization in Lancaster, Penn., include reorganization of associate teams, restructuring of technical support center and integration of Extreme CCTV products into the center.
July 02, 2008
Bosch will sell and support co-branded NetApp storage devices as part of its video surveillance solutions portfolio, expected to appeal to systems integrators and a new generation of IT-savvy end users.
June 25, 2008
Bosch has completed its purchase of Extreme CCTV, acquiring all of the issued and outstanding shares of the company. Extreme CCTV shareholders and option holders received $5 Canadian per share in cash, resulting in a transaction of about ...
February 28, 2008
Fairport, N.Y.-based Bosch Security Systems Inc. introduces Access Personal Edition, a modular software program for small to medium businesses. The software supports up to 2,000 users, 64 readers and 16 workstations and uses the Access Modular Controller hardware platform, which communicates through TCP/IP and RS485.
SSI Staff · January 31, 2008