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Central gets slick

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11/01/2005

BROOKLYN, N.Y.

Coastal rides wave

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11/01/2005

CHARLESTON, S.C.

Fleenor breaks ground for new station

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

WEST KNOXVILLE, Tenn.--Fleenor Security Systems, a full service alarm company, is building a monitoring central station here to service its growing customer base.

UCC increases accounts, secures space

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11/01/2005

SAN ANTONIO-- United Central Control hit the 100,000 account mark in September from a year start of 73,000 accounts, prompting a move to a bigger facility to accommodate recent additions and as it plans for growth.
The central is in the process of securing space in Northwest San Antonio, only 10 miles from its current location, and expects to make the move at the end of January 2006.

Dealers take a listen

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11/01/2005

BOCA RATON, Fla.-- Dealers of Central One, a full service UL-listed monitoring station, can now tap into voice recordings in real time using the Internet or a PDA device, thanks to a customized recording system implemented by the central.

AICC submits comments on VoIP

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

WASHINGTON--Comments from the Alarm Industry Communications Committee were submitted in September to the Federal Communications Commission regarding additional steps needed to ensure that providers of VoIP service provide reliable E911service.
The comments asked the FCC to impose notification and non-interface requirements on VoIP providers to protect safety interests of alarm service subscribers.

Westec goes end-to-end after three purchases

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11/01/2005

IRVINE, Calif.--Westec Interactive finalized three acquisitions in early October to secure an end-to-end solution for the intelligent video monitoring technology firm.

Dice holds second annual conference

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2005

BAY CITY, Mich.--Dice Corp.

LPS goes UL

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10/01/2005

CLEMMONS, N.C.

Central plans and prays

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10/01/2005

METAIRIE, La.--When Hurricane Katrina's Category 4 winds and rains pushed its way into New Orleans, where Alarm Monitoring Services is based only minutes away, the third party central station was uncannily prepared.

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