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UHS helps solve VoIP problem for central stations

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06/01/2006

ATLANTA--As homeowners and businesses abandon landline communication and migrate to VoIP, UHS, a broadband security company, has a solution that can help centrals continue to communicate with their accounts.
Coming from the Australian telecommunications market, and setting up shop here in 2004, UHS outfitted Central Alarm Control of South Miami, Fla.

Why two centrals chose IP

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06/01/2006

SOUTH MIAMI, Fla.; LACEY, Wash.

Vector supports guards and reservists when away

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06/01/2006

Before Sept. 11, 2001, Vector Security aided employees who belonged to the National Guard and Reserves by continuing their full-time status while away at annual military missions.

False dispatch tackled by two call

SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2006

ST. LOUIS--CenterPoint Technologies reduced false dispatches 30 percent by applying two-call verification last summer to roughly 3,500 accounts after the city instituted an alarm ordinance requiring the service.

Bays National Security takes on tech

IP-based video monitoring part of technology upgrade
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05/01/2006

TULSA, Okla.--Bays National Security, a full service alarm company, never wanted to be at the bleeding edge of technology, said president Jim Koelle.

ACCENT the positive

Meeting of the minds concludes video monitoring standards needed
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05/01/2006

LAS VEGAS--A group of more than 40 members of the ACCENT Listserv, including manufacturers, central station managers and consultants in the alarm monitoring community, convened to discuss the current climate of the industry at the ISC West show last month.
Ellen Rodrigues, manager of corporate services at Monitronics, started the conversation by saying, "There is so much more than just alarm monitoring," when describing what central stations do now.

Alarm Central shines with certification

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2006

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--Alarm Central, a third party central station, is on target with its 2006 first quarter goals.

Haislip's new role continues Monitronics' legacy

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2006

DALLAS--Michael Haislip has big shoes to fill. He was promoted to president and chief executive officer at Monitronics after company founder Jim Hull retired in March.

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