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Top 2018 Home Tech Mergers & Acquisitions: IoT, Security, Smart Home, A/V, CE

By Julie Jacobson · December 31, 2018 • 2018 was big for mergers, acquisitions, IPOs, spinoffs, and other transactions in home electronics, including IoT, smart home, lighting, security, audio/video, wellness and the installer channel.

Resideo’s Security, Home-Automation IPO: Comparing REZI, CTRL, ALRM

By Julie Jacobson · October 30, 2018 • After IPO, Honeywell spinoff Resideo (NYSE: REZI) joins Control4 and Alarm.com as the only pure-play, pro-centric security and smart-home stocks. We compare 12 publicly traded competitors.

What Happens When Amazon Acquires a ‘Real’ Security Company Like Vivint, Guardian or Brink’s?

By Julie Jacobson · May 18, 2018 • Acquiring a national alarm company could help Amazon increase recurring monthly revenue (RMR), but also pave the way for Amazon to become a chief security officer (CSO) and managed service provider for the home.

MONI CEO on New Brink’s Branding, ‘We will be a Clear No. 2’

By Rodney Bosch · March 8, 2018 • Two years after rebranding to MONI, the former Monitronics will now be known as Brink's Home Security via a licensing agreement with The Brink's Co. CE Pro sister publication Security Sales & Integration speaks with CEO Jeff Gardner about the move.

Brink’s Launches $249 Smart Lock to Complement Hands-Free Door Knobs

By Jason Knott · January 20, 2017 • Hampton Products debuts the $249 Brink's ARRAY smart deadbolt lock which will be sold direct, via retail and through professional installation. Lock is Wi-Fi-based with advanced features to extend battery life.

Brink’s Re-Entering Home Security Market?

By CE Pro Editors · January 31, 2014 • During a conference call with investors, The Brink's Company said it's considering a return to the home security market, adding that Brink’s is still recognized by consumers as the No. 2 brand in the security market.

Tyco Buys Brink’s Home Security for $2 Billion

By Julie Jacobson · January 19, 2010 • The acquisition gives ADT, which is owned by Tyco, a 50 percent 30 percent share (forecast amended by IMS Research) of the market for monitored residential alarm systems.