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Security Networks buys Proton Security

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06/01/2002

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Security Networks, a security company that began operations here in April, acquired Lantana, Fla.

Lakeland Lock & Safe moves into downtown storefront, changes name

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06/01/2002

LAKELAND, Fla.-In order to accommodate its growing residential and commercial security business, Lakeland Lock & Safe has changed its name and moved into a downtown storefront here.

Mallon & Associates to establish $100 million fund

The private equity fund would be used for buyouts, recapitalization and growth equity
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04/01/2002

NEW YORK-Investment banking firm Mallon & Associates is in the process of setting up a $100 million private equity fund that would invest in the security market, perhaps making it the first fund of its kind for this market.

The money would come from a number of private equity funds, with a private equity firm hired to disperse funds.

Lakeland Lock & Safe moves into downtown storefront, changes name

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04/01/2002

LAKELAND, Fla.-In order to accommodate its growing residential and commercial security business, Lakeland Lock & Safe has changed its name and moved into a downtown storefront here.

Siemens takes a vertical market approach, to target four markets

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04/01/2002

GAITHERSBURG, Md.-To better serve its customers, Siemens Building Technologies has recently taken a vertical marketing approach, identifying four different target markets in the security arena.

Digital filter technology garners patent

Company targeting OEMs, security manufacturers
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04/01/2002

FAIRFIELD, N.J.

Ultrak could lose major retail contract

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

LEWISVILLE, Texas-A major U.S.

Aigis created from Philips manufacturing unit

An executive buyout led to the creation of camera housing maker Aigis Mechtronics
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04/01/2002

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.

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