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iOmniscient opens first offices here in New York and Toronto
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01/01/2005

NEW YORK - Branching out from its headquarters in Australia, intelligent video provider iOmniscient has opened its first office here.

The New York office, which opened in the second half of 2004, allows the company to address sales opportunities in North America and support the company’s various resellers and OEMs in a sales and technical role.

Combo of two RFID firms may open up the market

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01/01/2005

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - Applied Digital has signed a letter of intent to acquire Richmond, British Columbia-based eXI Wireless in a stock deal valued at CAD 16.

GVI Security has rapport with acquired technology

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01/01/2005

CARROLLTON, Texas - GVI Security Solutions has expanded its portfolio by acquiring Rapor Inc., a manufacturer of high security building access portals, in an all-stock deal.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2005

Viisage identifies Pakistan’s security need
BILLERICA, Mass. - Viisage has signed a contract with the National Database and Registration Authority, an independent corporate organization in Pakistan, to integrate its face recognition technology into Pakistan’s smart passport and national identification program.

GE’s Buy of InVision ON the Books

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01/01/2005

NEWARK, Calif. - InVision Technologies announced a settlement with the U.

Business up for DVTel

The relatively young company moves into larger facilities
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12/01/2004

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.

Ceco Door gains new production line

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12/01/2004

MILAN, Tenn. - Ceco Door Products has undergone an extensive overhaul and an $8.

ADI branch renovations in full swing

Between 18 and 25 of ADI’s branches across the country are slated to be renovated in 2005
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12/01/2004

DALLAS - Low-voltage and security product distributor ADI recently completed the first of what is expected to be a company-wide renovation of its 106 distribution branches in North America.

Dallas, one of ADI’s largest branches, served as the first facility to take on the new look, opening in late September.

GE, InVision cling to acquisition plans

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2004

NEWARK, Calif. - General Electric and InVision Technologies said they remain committed to trying to make an acquisition of InVision Technologies work, despite an ongoing investigation by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission that has delayed the deal from closing.

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