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Alarm Verification Committee ANSI/CSAA CS-V-01-2004

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2007

The Alarm Verification and Notification Procedures Standards Committee has opened the CS-V-01 standard for revision. This is an important standard that has given birth to Enhanced Call Verification as one of its components.

American Two-Way's Major acquisition

Third-party provider announces universal VoIP solution, too
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04/01/2007

LOS ANGELES--American Two-Way announced the acquisition of Major Monitoring in January. Major, a third-party monitoring company based in North Hollywood, Calif.

DICE rolls out MS software

Gives dealers the ability to 'mine their own data'
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04/01/2007

BAY CITY, Mich.--The DICE Corporation will debut its new Microsoft-based SQL-powered Central Station Monitoring Software at ISC West.

VoIPAlarm, Vontronix take up the gauntlet

Team up to offer VoIP solution, telephone
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03/01/2007

OJAI, Calif. and BRICK, N.

DICE plays nice with Windows Vista

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2007

BAY CITY, Mich.--DICE announced Jan.

SentryNet Dealers to celebrate 20 years

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2007

PENSACOLA, Fla.--SentryNet's annual dealer conference will be held April 25-26 in Tunica, Miss.

Bell Canada launches new home monitoring system

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2007

TORONTO--Bell Canada introduced on Jan. 31 its new home monitoring product, a service that utilizes high speed mobile wireless and Bell's Internet service to create a customizable home monitoring/security solution.

UControl unveils new dealer program

'May solve AMPS issue by shipping a box'
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03/01/2007

AUSTIN, Texas--UControl didn't set out to create a dealer program, "It was driven by dealers who approached us," said Jason Domangue, director of marketing for the Austin-based company. On Jan.

Criticom leases new space in So. Cal., N.J. is next

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03/01/2007

IRVINE, Calif.--Criticom International, a division of Integrated Alarm Services Group, announced on Jan.

'Until we replace our accounts, we're suffering'

The Security Center and APS get up to speed after Katrina
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03/01/2007

NEW ORLEANS--"I go home every day thinking about what we would do if a disaster hit, how we would solve the problem," said Jeffrey Doussan, manager of the Security Center, located a block from Bourbon Street in New Orleans. "Every time we buy a server and add a product on, the first question is, 'How can we make this disaster-ready?'"
Comparatively speaking, the Security Center, bought by David Oreck of Oreck Vacuum fame in the early '80s, did not suffer extensive physical damage from Katrina.

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