Cernium plans relocation, appoints new president

SSN Staff  - 
Tuesday, November 1, 2005

ALEXANDRIA, Va.--Cernium, an intelligent video systems manufacturer, plans to relocate its headquarters to the Washington area in the coming months.
Production and research operations will continue at the company's facility in St. Louis, Mo. Earlier this year, the company opened a federal systems support office in Alexandria, Va.
The company has also appointed Craig A. Chambers as president and chief executive officer. Chambers is a veteran of the advanced video security market and the management consulting industry.
Cernium's intelligent video solutions are deployed at locations throughout North America, including major corporations, airports, metropolitan areas, and federal government facilities.