Security Networks to utilize Xanboo solutions

West Palm Beach, Florida, December 3, 2009 – Security Networks announced today that it has selected the award winning Xanboo Security Enhanced solution for security and energy related broadband interactive services. Security Networks will add Xanboo to its portfolio of residential and commercial security solutions already being marketed via its Affiliate Program. As part of the agreement between the two companies, Xanboo will be referring its existing base of 350+ security dealers as well as new dealers that enroll in its Security Enhanced program to Security Networks to review their Affiliate Program.

Xanboo’s Security Enhanced technology bridges to most of the major security panels including Honeywell, DSC, DMP, and others and includes features such as virtual keypad, pre/post event video clips and live video, providing users the ability to instantly receive alerts, view alarm events, and control their home or business via any internet enabled mobile phone or PCs, While bridging to most of the major industry protocols such as Zigbee and Zwave, Xanboo has a wide variety of sophisticated accessory products, including, indoor and outdoor cameras, control of lighting, appliances, HVAC and sensors for water leaks and temperature changes.

Xanboo Security Enhanced is a monthly fee based service, providing Security Networks’ affiliates with a valuable new source of revenue.

“We are very excited about Security Networks’ decision to join the growing list of security service providers that now offer Xanboo Security Enhanced products” said Bill Diamond, CEO and Co-Founder of Xanboo. “Security Networks is an innovative leader in the industry, and we look forward to working with them and their affiliates to make interactive services available to their customers.”

“There is a fast growing market for the types of Interactive services being offered by Xanboo. We are confident this will be a powerful generator in bringing added growth and revenue to our company and to our affiliates” said Gary Franklyn, Vice President Business Development for Security Networks.

 

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