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Tyco Broadens Wireless Fire Product Offering With CWSI Deal

Tyco has acquired Commercial Wireless System International (CWSI) to help broaden its wireless fire detection technology offering.


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Tyco posted earnings of 59 cents per share on revenue of $2.49 billion for the quarter ended June 26. SSI Staff · July 31, 2015

The fire protection and security company reported revenue of $2.5 billion, a 2% increase on an organic basis. Its Global Products segment led with organic growth of 10% SSI Staff · January 30, 2015

Tyco has acquired Commercial Wireless System International (CWSI) to help broaden its wireless fire detection technology offering. SSI Staff · January 21, 2015

The undisclosed investment will allow the Silicon Valley maker of the all-in-one IQ panel to greatly speed up its strategic roadmap. Rodney Bosch · December 11, 2014

Learn why Tyco invested in Qolsys despite already owning DSC, which makes security/home automation systems. Julie Jacobson · December 10, 2014

The global security and fire protection company offered voluntary separation packages to certain workers in its U.S. operations in recent months, and those at the SimplexGrinnell site who accepted are mostly expected to depart by the end of December. SSI Staff · December 03, 2014

The former Minnesota Viking has filed a lawsuit against Tyco Int’l, claiming that the firm still owes $3 million for acquiring the security division of Carter Brothers LLC in 2012. SSI Staff · August 19, 2014

Tyco has teamed up with the Industrial Internet Consortium, which aims to enable organizations to more easily connect and optimize assets and to unlock business value across all industrial sectors. Scott Goldfine · April 17, 2014

The Carlyle Group believes the purchase of Tyco International's Korean security business will anchor significant growth in the country's security services industry. SSI Staff · March 04, 2014

Former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski, who helped lead ADT to prominence, has been released on parole after serving eight years in prison for tax evasion and excessive bonuses totaling $430 million. January 20, 2014




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