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The Federal Communications Commission has halted the review on the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger for the third time since plans to merge the company were announced last February. The federal agency…


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The Federal Communications Commission has halted the review on the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger for the third time since plans to merge the company were announced last February. The federal agency also paused another merger involving AT&T and DirecTV. SSI Staff · March 16, 2015

Since 2003 the Central Station Alarm Association’s Five Diamond Certification has aspired to become the security monitoring industry’s Good Housekeeping Seal — a stamp of approval to instill customer confidence. Leading companies tell how the program enriches their operations. By David S. Margulies · November 24, 2014

Comcast has agreed to buy Time Warner Cable for $45 billion. Both use iControl platform for professional and DIY security/home automation. By Jason Knott · February 13, 2014

During the next three years, the penetration rate for residential intrusion alarm products in the United States will increase by 5% to 8%, according to a new study by IMS Research, now part of IHS. June 10, 2013

After introducing IntelligentHome in Southern California, the Carolinas and Upstate New York less than two years ago, Time Warner Cable (TWC) will spend 2013 rolling out the life safety and home automation product suite across the nation.  The cable operator’s Mitchell Christopher, vice president of technical operations, joins the conversation to discuss the service offering and his view of the marketplace. By Rodney Bosch · January 31, 2013

Through a new partnership, broadband home management software provider iControl Networks will power Time Warner Cable's IntelligentHome solution using iControl's OpenHome software platform. Ashley Willis · January 10, 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



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