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Stations shine with CSAA certification

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SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2005

VIENNA, Va.--CenturyTel and Monitronics received Five Diamond Certification this year from the Central Station Alarm Association.

The Protection Bureau upgrades, receives 12th-million signal

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

EXTON, Pa.--As part of the company's effort to attain UL listing, The Protection Bureau upgraded its central station software to Micro Key Software's Millennium platform and at the same time marked the event by receiving its 12th-million alarm signal.

Setec becomes first to offer AlarmNet services in Washington, D.C.

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

Chantilly, Va.--Security & Energy Technologies Corp.

Central relocates, upgrades

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06/01/2005

WESTMINSTER, Mass.--SimplexGrinnell invested in its central station operations this year--moving its primary monitoring facility in April to a better designed and newly equipped building here and relocating its back-up center to Missouri from Florida.

Doyle enjoys fruits of its labor

Grocer buys the block and the security company consolidates operations
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06/01/2005

ROCHESTER, N.Y.

Installer catches a Marlin

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06/01/2005

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--Security Networks reeled in wholesale central station Marlin Central Monitoring in April, enabling the full-service installation firm to better control its own accounts and branch into third-party monitoring.

Nasdaq panel grants extension

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

ALBANY, N.Y.

Firm promotes new products to dealers

CenterPoint Technologies finds benefits in IP-based applications
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06/01/2005

St. Louis--CenterPoint Technologies adapted to the ever, increasing availability of voice over Internet protocol services by incorporating IP-based equipment at its central station and promoting the cost saving benefits to its dealers.

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