CSL announces the acquisition of Emizon Networks
CSL Group, a market-leading provider of secure connectivity for M2M/IoT devices, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Emizon Networks Ltd. The deal is the first since CSL’s Management team reinvested with Norland Capital, ICONIQ Capital & RIT Capital Partners.
The acquisition will enhance CSL’s existing service with greater IP capability, as well as underpinning CSL’s international growth ambitions, CSL said.
Bob Tuck, Managing Director of Emizon, commented: “This is a great opportunity for Emizon to benefit from CSL’s unique customer-led ethos and attention to service. We are better together and this deal expands Emizon’s reach in the market, providing installers and their customers with more choice.”
Ed Heale, CSL’s Managing Director, added: “Both businesses have different areas of expertise but are aligned strategically. The combination will allow us to provide a broader and better service to our existing customers as well as accelerate our plans to enter new sectors and expand internationally.”
Our solutions, platform and partnerships with Mobile Network Operators across Europe allow us to provide complete end-to-end connectivity solutions for Security, Fire, Health and other mission critical M2M applications.
CSL was founded in the UK in 1996 and today, the CSL Group are market leaders in providing M2M and IoT solutions in the Security and Health Sectors with operations in the UK, Ireland, Sweden and the Netherlands. After a successful management buy-out in 2006, led by Group CEO, Phil Hollett and Simon Banks, founder and Group Managing Director, the company established itself as a leading provider of dual signalling systems.
With offices in the UK, The Netherlands, USA and Australia and a licensed partnerships in Europe, Middle East and Africa, Emizon technology enables users to embrace the benefits of IP networks. These provide improved functionality, flexibility and cost effectiveness. They can also enhance security far beyond the capabilities of traditional dual-path signalling and services.