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Comcast: 'We’re not just a cable company anymore'

It offers Xfinity Home security and is creating Xfinity Customer Centers to showcase and sell the product
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05/01/2013

PHILADELPHIA—Comcast was a leader among telecoms and cablecos entering the security market, launching Xfinity Home in 2010. Now it’s on the leading edge of a new trend of selling home security in retail stores—opening more than 40 Xfinity Customer Centers nationwide, with more on the way.

American Alarm taps sales director

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05/01/2013

ARLINGTON, Mass.—James Cook, sales manager for American Alarm and Communications, based here, has been appointed to the company’s newly created position of sales director, according to a company statement.

Security system thief nabbed by security system

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05/01/2013

ALTON, Ill.—A Wal-Mart store surveillance system caught a man trying to steal, of all things, a security system for his home, according to an article in the Belleville News Democrat, a newspaper covering southern Illinois.

Connecticut governor to speak at SIA summit

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04/30/2013

WASHINGTON—Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy will be a keynote speaker at the Security Industry Association’s Government Summit, to be held here June 4-5 at the W hotel.

Gamewell-FCI fire alarm system earns new UL listing

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04/29/2013

NORTHFORD, Conn.—The E3 Series fire alarm and communications system from Gamewell-FCI, a division of Honeywell, is now listed to a new Underwriters Laboratories standard, according to a co

Yale to provide locks for AT&T’s Digital Life

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04/29/2013

NEW HAVEN, Conn.—Yale Locks & Hardware, based here, today announced it will be the lock provider for AT&T’s Digital Life SM, a home security and automation system that l

ADT launches 2013 safety data index

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04/26/2013

BOCA RATON, Fla.—ADT recently released its first annual Safety Data Index, a survey examining the safety and lifestyle habits of Americans, according to a company statement.

AT&T reports loss of cellphone subscribers

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04/25/2013

NEW YORK—AT&T revenue fell short of Wall Street’s first quarter expectations, losing ground in the cellphone market to Verizon Wireless and sending its shares down about two percent, according to a report from Reuters.

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