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Vindicator ups staff, training at HQ

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07/01/2002

AUSTIN, Texas-Product manufacturer Vindicator Technologies moved to a new headquarters this spring, enabling the company to increase staffing by 20 percent and expand product training.

The new location comes at an ideal time for the growing company, said Rick Gross, president and chief executive officer of Vindicator, which has served the likes of the military, correction facilities and hospitals.

First Alarm expands in San Jose, Calif.

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07/01/2002

APTOS, Calif.-After serving the San Jose market for three years from a small 975 square foot office, First Alarm recently moved into a larger office that will be staffed by 15 technicians.

Security Networks buys Proton Security

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07/01/2002

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Security Networks, a security company that began operations here in April, acquired Lantana, Fla.

Ortega sets the stage for rapid expansion

The software company is also seeking additional OEM relationships with manufacturers
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07/01/2002

SANTA CLARA, Calif.-Ortega InfoSystems Inc.

Lab conjures secure ceiling clips

PSU facility looking for partner to make, sell invention
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07/01/2002

STATE COLLEGE, Pa.-A research laboratory at Penn State University has invented a small metal clip that will make secure an acoustic tile drop ceiling and is searching for a commercial manufacturing partner to mass produce it.

IEI listed in the Globe 100

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

CANTON, Mass.-International Electronics Inc.

Telular and Sonitrol announce distribution agreement

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

VERNON HILLS, Ill.-Telular Corp.

Identix, Visionics deal gets SEC OK

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07/01/2002

LOS GATOS, Calif. - Merger plans between biometric companies Identix and Visionics Corp.

Intelli-Check retains firm KPMG

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

WOODBURY, N.Y.

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