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Security company sells with superheroes, comic book figures

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11/01/2002

HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. - A 28-year-old security company here known for its unorthodox marketing techniques has struck a deal to bring Spiderman, Captain America, The Hulk and other superheroes to Chicago as part of a new marketing campaign.

Philips pioneer in networking technology

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11/01/2002

AMSTERDAM - Philips Semiconductor is among a host of technology heavyweights involved in the development of a new low-cost wireless networking protocol that is intended to become the industry standard for networking automation devices in the home.

Branded Zigbee, the protocol is a low data rate, low power consumption wireless technology that eventually could be used in everything from wireless home security systems, remote lighting and thermostat controls, call buttons for the elderly and disabled and wireless smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

AlarmForce posts record growth, revenue numbers

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11/01/2002

TORONTO - Security manufacturer and installer Alarm Force has posted another successful quarter with its aggressive mass marketing model, recording an increase in revenues of 23 percent and net income growth of 25 percent.

With 30 offices and 100 employees across Canada, Alarm Force has been able to grow to a base of more than 33,000 accounts through organic growth, and without generating much debt, said Joel Matlin, Alarm Force president and chief executive officer.

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SSN News Poll March 2020

With the Consumer Electronics Show wrapping up last week in Las Vegas, the show’s influence on and relevance for the security industry becomes increasingly more apparent, as new technology is disrupting and changing the way the industry looks at providing security. This month’s News Poll looks to see just how influential the show is getting.