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Myers buys two, adds monitoring to bill

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12/01/2005

INDIANAPOLIS--When Myers Protection Services, a security guard firm, scooped up two alarm companies last year, its reach shifted to installation and monitoring. In November, with the added services, the company relocated to a larger facility that houses a central station.

IASG common stock repurchase plan

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SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2005

ALBANY, N.Y.

INS tacks on monitoring

Full service co. serves financial markets
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12/01/2005

WOOD DALE, Ill.--INS Integrated Security Solutions, a full service alarm company, opened an in-house central station this fall after it relocated to a larger facility last May.

CSAA elects leadership team

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SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2005

VIENNA, Va.--Members elected a new executive committee at the Central Station Alarm Association's annual meeting held in late October.

Alarm Central upgrades, aspires to the big league

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12/01/2005

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--Alarm Central, a third-party central station, will complete an upgrade early next year that includes video monitoring and remote access to accounts to vie with larger central stations.

Firm rolls out monitoring network

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SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2005

ATLANTA, Ga.--UHS Systems, an Australian-based manufacturer, expands into the North American market this fall with new headquarters here.

A-1 expands offerings

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12/01/2005

RENO, Nev.--To better serve its customers and work with area police that have verified response policies, A-1 Security, a full service security and monitoring company, has added access control, video monitoring hardware and updated software as part of an upgrade this fall.

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

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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.

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