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New product showcase produces 12 winners

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

LAS VEGAS-Salinas, Calif.-based Radionics received top honors in the SIA New Product Showcase at the 2002 ISC Expo, held in March at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

CSAA aligns with Argentinean, Israeli groups

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

VIENNA, Va.-The trade group for dealers with central stations has formed a reciprocal membership deal with the Camara De Empresas De Monitorei De Alarmas De La Republica Argentina (CEMARA), a trade organization of monitoring companies in Argentina.

SIA forms Homeland Security Advisory Council

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04/01/2002

WASHINGTON-To aid federal policy makers in their mission to improve homeland security, the Security Industry Association has formed the Homeland Security Advisory Council to represent SIA's different technology groups on the national stage.

Chaired by Peter Michel, former chief executive officer of Brink's Home Security, the council was chartered by SIA's board of directors to develop policies about homeland security and be the association's voice on that issue.

Financing activity predicted to rise as year progresses

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03/01/2002

Financing activity predicted to rise as year progresses

How do capital providers view 2002?

With optimism and an eye toward new business and increased acquisitions activity, according to interviews with Security Systems News.

While the pendulum has swung in a conservative direction over the past year, Henry Edmonds, chief executive officer of SLP Capital in St.

Networker to buy BeAtHome.com

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2002

FARGO, N.D.

Videolarm adds replacement parts store

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2002

DECATUR, Ga.-Videolarm has added a virtual replacement parts store to its website.

Tri-State gets cash infusion fromVC firms

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03/01/2002

UPPER DARBY, Penn.-Two venture capital firms have bought a majority interest in Tri-State Alarm, giving the company the cash infusion needed to grow to 45,000 customers and six new locations over the next 18 months.

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