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Electrical component maker Schneider vies for TAC

The company seeks a presence in the building automation and controls market
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08/01/2003

DALLAS - The world’s largest manufacturer of circuit breakers, Schneider Electric, plans to move into the building automation and control market with a proposal to buy TAC AB, a Swedish company with its Americas headquarters located here.

The $438 million deal represents significant growth potential for Schneider Electric, with the building control and automation market expected to grow more than six percent a year.

From five names to one, Speco Technologies emerges

The unified name is expected to help the company promote itself more effectively
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08/01/2003

AMITYVILLE, N.Y.

Linear adds SpeakerCraft under its belt

SSN Staff  - 
08/01/2003

CARLSBAD, Calif. - Architectural speaker company SpeakerCraft has joined the family of audio and video companies owned by Linear Corp.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2003

Extreme CCTV sees gains in high-end market

VANCOUVER, B.C.

Medeco raises the bar with residential locks

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07/01/2003

SALEM, Va. - After years of focusing on the commercial lock market, Medeco has entered the residential market with expectations residential lock sales will surpass its commercial business in 10 years.

Funding provides cash for new Ortega headquarters

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07/01/2003

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Only a few months after securing several million dollars in financing, Ortega InfoSystems moved to new headquarters here, a sign of the company’s plans to build its business over the next few months.

iPIX offers 360-degree viewing ability

The software firm plans to license its technology to others
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06/01/2003

SAN RAMON, Calif. - A company that provides imaging solutions for the Internet has translated that technology into the security world by forming a new group that will market its software to security companies.

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