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ACRE to acquire Texas-based Open Options

Deal strengthens company’s access control business in North America
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12/19/2018

LAS VEGAS—ACRE, a global security services and products company, announced today it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Open Options based in Addison, Texas.

ACRE LLC acquires ComNet

Deal adds telecom infrastructure to support video surveillance efforts
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12/14/2016

NEW LONDON and DANBURY, Conn.—ACRE LLC, the holding company that owns Vanderbilt Industries, Mercury Security and recently acquired ACT in Ireland, announced this week the acquisition of Communication Networks LLC (ComNet), a manufacturer of video and data transmission equipment based in Danbury, Conn.

Access control can produce access to intelligence

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03/04/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine—It doesn’t take a sophisticated access control system to keep people out of the building or allow them inside. Nor does it take a high-end system to provide useful data that can help a company’s bottom line.

Siemens Security Products now part of Vanderbilt

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Vanderbilt Industries on Monday announced it has completed the acquisition of the Security Products business from Siemens.

Deal closed: Vanderbilt buys Siemens Security Products

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06/01/2015

PARSIPPANY, N.J.—Vanderbilt Industries today announced it has completed the acquisition of the Security Products business from Siemens.

Proprietary vs. open systems: Open is preferred, but it’s harder to sell

Integrator, consultant and manufacturer discuss the drivers and limitations of both types of systems
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03/25/2015

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—The debate over open systems versus proprietary systems is usually not a debate in the physical security industry. Open systems are generally thought of as better.

Vanderbilt Industries to acquire Siemen’s Security Products

Deal expected to be complete end of 1Q 2015
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10/20/2014

FRANKFURT, Germany—Security systems provider Vanderbilt Industries has entered into an agreement to acquire Siemen’s Security Products business, part of Siemen’s Building Technologies Division.