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Venture capital firm Sweetwater moves into the commercial market

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04/01/2003

HOUSTON - As part of its quest to build its presence in Texas and then later nationally, venture capital firm Sweetwater Ventures recently marked its first foray in the commercial installation market by buying Security Installation Services.

The transaction is the first for the venture capital firm outside of the residential security market.

Alarm licensing interest floods Minn.

The outpouring preceeds a new law for new licensing
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04/01/2003

ST. PAUL, Minn.

The Comm Group goes the acquisition route

The company buys BPS Systems to expand, adds intercom and security expertise
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04/01/2003

PITTSBURGH - To fill out its portfolio of security and sound system services, systems integrator The Comm Group has acquired one-time competitor BPS Systems.

The acquisition of the neighboring company proficient in telephone and intercom systems and experienced in security and fire systems was completed in early January for an undisclosed price.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2003

Diebold partners for college application
MORGANTOWN, W.V.

Neighbors plan to create new company

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03/01/2003

LOS GATOS, Calif. - After years of going solo to install and service the burglar and fire alarm market, Larry Walker, owner of The Alarm Co.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2003

Michel named board chairman at VisionTek
SUPERIOR, Colo. - Peter Michel, the former chief executive officer of Brink’s Home Security and current chairman of the Security Industry Association’s Homeland Security Advisory Council, has been named board chairman at VisionTek.

Alliant chalks another one up

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03/01/2003

HAYWARD, Calif. - Thirty-seven year-old Royal Alarm Systems is the latest systems integrator bought by Alliant Protection Service as it looks to build its presence in the West Coast through buying companies.

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