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SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2004

Acquisition enhances Zebra’s imaging expertise
VERNON HILLS, Ill. - Zebra Technologies has acquired Atlantek Inc.

Honeywell adds another notch

Silent Witness is the latest to join, rounds out its CCTV offering
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01/01/2004

Although sales of analog components are predicted to continue for several more years, most in the industry believe the conversion to digital security systems will continue at a fairly rapid pace.

“Market analysts still predict sales of analog recorders beyond 2007,” pointed out Bill Durno, product manager-digital storage for Silent Witness.

Stanley angles for Blick Plc

SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2004

NEW BRITIAN, Conn. - Tool maker Stanley Works in mid-December proposed buying Britian’s Blick Plc for $165 million in a deal that would give Stanley Works a presence in Europe.

Security software, servers find a match

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2003

Lenel and NEC Solutions ink systems partnership
ROCHESTER, N.Y.

Call it a separation of church and state

IFS stands on its own, despite its ties with GE Interlogix
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12/01/2003

NEWTOWN, Conn. - Despite being bought by GE Interlogix earlier this year, International Fiber Systems continues to retain its independence in the security market.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2003

Panasonic struts its stuff

SECAUCUS, N.J.

FLIR Systems can see clearly now

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12/01/2003

PORTLAND, Ore. - A thermal imaging company and a provider of infrared cameras are coming together in a deal that will help bring infrared and other camera technologies to the mainstream.

Napco delays its filing with the SEC

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2003

AMITYVILLE, N.Y.

Edwards adds to Australian presence

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12/01/2003

SARASOTA, Fla. - The parent company of Edwards Systems Technology in late October purchased the distribution arm of an Australian fire protection and emergency warning systems manufacturer, an acquisition that will give Edwards added distribution in the Australian fire market.

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