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Heads down, Criticom gets to work

After NACC, IASG's monitoring division focuses on station integration
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05/01/2005

IRVINE, Calif.--Closing the biggest acquisition to date was not only cause for celebration, but also caution for Integrated Alarm Services Group's monitoring division, Criticom.

SIA posts event block data codes

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SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

ALEXANDRIA, Va.--In a move to assist central station operators with interpreting codes and modifiers received from alarm panels, the Security Industry Association posted data codes from its DC-03 Digital Communications Standard for free on its web site.

Monitronics releases second quarter results

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

DALLAS--Monitronics Intl. reported $41.

Foundation honors SafetyCare

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

HACKENSACK, N.J.

CSAA launches web-based course, targets new users

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04/01/2005

VIENNA, Va. - The Central Station Alarm Association launched an online false alarm prevention course in March that is now being considered as a mandatory training tool for consumers by an undisclosed city in the metropolitan Chicago area.

New firm captures central

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04/01/2005

MALIBU, Calif. - Established to pursue acquisitions in the homeland security and security information systems fields, Vinoble announced last month plans to acquire wholesale monitoring firm 21st Sentry Monitoring Systems.

Company suspends report

IASG holds off filing yearly results, buying spree continues
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04/01/2005

ALBANY, N.Y.

Pro-Tec looks to new technologies to grow business

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04/01/2005

CALGARY, Alberta - With its one-year anniversary approaching in July, Pro-Tec Monitoring Solutions looks to close out 2005 with 5,000 accounts and a new Global Positioning Service offering.

The company began operations in the spring of 2004, but went live with its third-party monitoring services that summer.

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