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iWatch keeps eye on Pacific N.W.

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03/01/2007

BEAVERTON, Ore.--In 2004, Dave Foglio decided that there was a need in the Northwest for a "first-class central station.

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

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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

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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.

Survey says: Americans want self-monitored security

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SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2007

LAS VEGAS--Seventy-two percent of Americans want the ability to monitor their homes while away, said a survey released by Z-Wave Alliance in January. The majority of respondents are looking to use the technology for safety and security purposes, such as monitoring who is in the house and knowing when their children arrived home safely from school.

LaserShield markets to masses

Rapid Response provides monitoring
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02/01/2007

LAS CRUCES, N.M.

ULC SQ 561 confuses in Canada

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02/01/2007

MONTREAL--ULC SQ 561, a standard issued by the Underwriter Laboratories Canada, with an effective date of June 2007, has become a cause of concern among many ULC-listed central station owners in Canada. Malcolm Pesner, of Sentinel Alarm in Montreal, said, "In my personal opinion, this is going to be a disaster.

Washington Alarm Earns Five-Diamond Certification

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SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2007

SEATTLE--Washington Alarm, a full-service alarm company in the Pacific Northwest, was awarded Five Diamond Certification by the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA).
To achieve Five Diamond Certification, every Washington Alarm operator had to pass the Level 1 training course and had to demonstrate proficiency in alarm verification, communications with the Public Service Answering Points, emergency preparedness, knowledge of electronic communications equipment including radio, and an understanding of the codes and standards of Underwriters Laboratories, and the NFPA, among others.

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SSN News Poll July 2018

The guidelines for the EU GDPR—or General Data Protection Regulation—will become enforceable on May 25. These regulations, while being focused on European countries and their citizens, will have impacts for U.S.-focused companies. Is your security company concerned about the GDPR?