March Networks helps organizations transform video into business intelligence through the integration of surveillance video, analytics, and data from business systems and IoT devices. - Photo: March Networks

March Networks helps organizations transform video into business intelligence through the integration of surveillance video, analytics, and data from business systems and IoT devices.

Photo: March Networks

March Networks announced the completion of its acquisition by Delta, a power and thermal management solutions provider, according to the company's press release.

Headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, March Networks is a enterprise video surveillance and video-based business intelligence solutions provider. The company works with Fortune 500 businesses including banks, retailers, and transit agencies, as well as commercial and government organizations.

“With Delta’s support, March Networks will accelerate its transition toward cloud video surveillance services,” said Peter Strom, March Networks president and CEO. “We’re excited to be working with Delta as our new parent company, and we look forward to the projected growth of the cloud video market.”

The acquisition of March Networks is expected to strengthen Delta’s presence in the video surveillance market beyond VIVOTEK, of which it owns a majority stake. It will also complement Delta’s building automation solutions.

March Networks will continue to operate as an independent brand, while the existing March Networks executive management team, led by Strom, remains in place.

Houlihan Lokey acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Infinova and March Networks for this transaction.

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