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First Alarm expands in San Jose, Calif.

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02/01/2002

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.

Lakeland Lock & Safe moves into downtown storefront, changes name

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02/01/2002

LAKELAND, Fla.-In order to accommodate its growing residential and commercial security business, Lakeland Lock & Safe has changed its name and moved into a downtown storefront here.

Ingersoll-Rand Bermuda reincorporation okayed

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2002

HAMILTON, Bermuda-At the end of December, Ingersoll-Rand Company completed its reincorporation to Bermuda and has become Ingersoll-Rand Company Ltd.

The reincorporation and relocation of IR's headquarters is expected to save the company at least $40 million annually.

Dice Corp. buys building, to relocate

The new facility includes a disaster recovery center
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02/01/2002

BAY CITY, Mich.-Dice Corp.

Diversified appoints CEO, president

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2002

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.

Telular and Sonitrol announce distribution agreement

SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2002

VERNON HILLS, Ill.-Telular Corp.

Shields boosts sales, joins cooperative

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02/01/2002

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-The scale of sales in the security market just got larger for Tennessee-based Shields Electronics Supply after partnering with Edge Marketing and Procurement Group, a membership organization that is opening up new channels for them in the industry.

Simplex opens new headquarters

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02/01/2002

WESTMINSTER, Mass.-Global fire detection and security systems provider Simplex Time Recorder Co.

Security Networks buys Proton Security

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02/01/2002

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

Ultrak could lose major retail contract

SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2002

LEWISVILLE, Texas-A major U.S.

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SSN News Poll November 2014

The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association's CEDIA Expo is a home technology trade show with products and training related to audio, video, control, security and networking—and it's growing. CEDIA says the 2014 event, held Sept. 10-13 in Denver, had more than 18,500 attendees, an increase of 3 percent, and floor space increased 14 percent for the 480 exhibitors. But is this show growing in importance for the security industry? Tell us what you think.

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