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IT, security visionary buys Netbotz

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11/01/2005

AUSTIN, Texas--Netbotz, a company with an IP-based product that combines the environment monitoring of data centers with video, has come together with network infrastructure visionary American Power Conversion.
The $31 million transaction takes privately held Netbotz, which was owned by venture capitalists, into the public arena as a subsidiary of APC and provides it with additional resources to expand into the data center market.

Summit is fired up

The Mircom company offers fire brand for U.S. installers
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11/01/2005

VAUGHAN, Ontario--To offer a fire product to the mainstream security market in the United States, Mircom is rebranding a product line early next year under the Summit Systems Technologies name.
The additional fire product brand includes three series of fire alarm panels and a complete line of smoke detectors, pull stations, duct detectors and other accessories.

Burtek streamlines marketing, sales

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10/01/2005

HOUSTON--The marketing and operations efforts of sister companies Burtek Sytems and Richardson Electronics Security Systems Division is now directed out of Canada, thanks to a late-summer executive reorganization.
A supplier of alarm, CCTV and access control products and services, Richardson Electronics SSD is headquartered in Houston and has five branches in the U.

Firm moves Eastern Canadian facilities

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10/01/2005

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario--Burtek, a supplier of access control, alarm, fire and CCTV systems, will relocate its office here to a larger facility this month. The new office at 6510 Kennedy Road, is in the same area as the previous office.

Edge gets edgy with new offering

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10/01/2005

OAKLAND, Calif.--Edge Integration Systems is gearing up to compete in the access control market this year, as the company prepares to begin the first beta tests of its product with systems integrators later this month.

JCI acquires York Intl.

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10/01/2005

MILWAUKEE--Johnson Controls made a move to increase its position within the heating, ventilation and air conditioning services market and deepen its integrated building systems platform this summer through the planned acquisition of York International Corp., a York, Pa.

T&B makes push into security

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2005

CORRECTION: We regret this story from our October 2005 issue contained inaccuracies. Thomas & Betts is not realigning its corporate structure or reconfiguring its sales force or customer service support team.

DynaPel salsas into Latin America

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10/01/2005

FORT MYERS, Fla.--DynaPel Systems, a provider of intelligent video surveillance software and hardware applications, secured a contract with LNR Security, a sales representative firm that markets to Latin American countries.

MTA gets a ticket to ride

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2005

BETHESDA, Md.--The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority awarded a contract worth $212 million to Lockheed Martin to oversee the installation of 1,000 cameras and 3,000 sensors throughout the agency's properties.

Pelco's number comes up

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2005

CLOVIS, Calif.--Pelco won a contract to deploy its video security system at the San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino.

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