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VOXCOM's growth steady since IPO

Acquired 1,100 Toronto accounts in July, 800 more in August
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09/01/2006

EDMONTON, Alberta--VOXCOM Income Fund, a major player in the Canadian residential security market, completed the purchase of an unnamed Toronto-based alarm company on July 24.
And on August 8, the company added another 800 accounts, purchased from an unnamed Alberta-based alarm company.

Makrowest acquires Knight

Dallas company will retain name
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09/01/2006

DALLAS--Makrowest LLC, a holding company, made its first acquisition this past spring with Dallas-based Knight Security, founded in 1983. Terms of the deal were not released, but the new combined company will adopt the Knight name while retaining the form of a limited liability company.

Sonitrol sales guru will stay

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09/01/2006

CHANTILLY, Va.--Bill McNabney may have sold his Sonitrol dealership to the corporate group, but he's not leaving the company.

Pumpelly in new role with Pro One

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SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2006

LAWRENCE, Kan.--Protection One on Aug.

ApxAlarm outgrows Utah headquarters before moving in

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09/01/2006

PROVO, Utah--The idea behind building a new 50,000-square-foot headquarters here was to consolidate the staff and operations from three separate office buildings.
In what is likely not the worst problem to face in business, by the time the new headquarters was ready for occupancy in April, the company had grown so much that the company had to retain one of the three original buildings.

Brink's earning higher for Q2 this year

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SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2006

RICHMOND, Va.--The Brink's Company, parent company of Brink's Home Security on Aug.

Sonitrol buy sews up Capital region

SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2006

BERWYN, Pa.--Sonitrol's latest franchise purchase solidifies the company's presence in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast and specifically connects the economically intertwined Baltimore-Washington corridor.

Brink's opens new Calif. office in Inland Empire

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08/01/2006

IRVING, Texas--To find affordable housing outside of Los Angeles, people are moving farther east into the Inland Empire. To answer the subsequent demand for security services, Brink's Home Security has opened a second Inland Empire office in Riverside.

Pro One division, GE debut wireless alarm system

Ginsburg touts Multifamily 360's non-reliance on phone service. Says product will give subsidiary, Network Multifamily, competitive advantage
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08/01/2006

IRVING, Texas--Residential security giant Protection One expects a new product designed for its customers who live in apartment buildings to provide a workaround for a persnickety barrier in this niche market--the reliance of traditional alarm systems on traditional phone service, which apartment residents are using less and less.
In June, Protection One announced an exclusive agreement between its wholly owned subsidiary, Network Multifamily Security Corporation, and GE Security, where GE will provide its wireless security network and property management software to Network.

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SSN News Poll March 2017

Drones are making more of an entrance in security, as well as in the smart home space. Recently, Alarm.com announced that it is working on drones for the residential market. Sunflower Labs also detailed the ways drones can protect homes. Where is this technology headed?