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Name change signals expansion plans on the horizon

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05/01/2004

CHESHIRE, Conn. - Edwards Signaling has adopted a new name meant to represent an expanded portfolio of products scheduled for release in 12 months.

Bold move for Bold Technologies

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05/01/2004

GURNEE, Ill. - In an effort to consolidate its customer support department, Bold Technologies has reorganized its corporate structure, which has been split between its offices here and in Colorado Springs, Colo.

ActivCard’s CEO is out due to ‘difference of opinion’

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04/01/2004

FREMONT, Calif. - Four months after coming onboard to lead ActivCard, chief executive officer George Garrick has already left the company.

Digital revolution ushers in new security player StorageTek

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04/01/2004

LOUISVILLE, Colo. - Data storage company StorageTek has officially entered the physical security market, providing systems integrators with the ability to store large amounts of digital information and provide access to multiple users.

Manufacturer of testing products adopts new name

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04/01/2004

VERNON HILLS, Ill. - To better represent the array of products it offers and the market that it serves, Home Safeguard Industries has created a new division called HSI Fire & Safety Group.

Realignment aims to better position Identix

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04/01/2004

MINNETONKA, Minn. - Biometric technology company Identix has made yet another move to streamline operations and focus solely on the biometrics market.

Reverse merger takes GVI Security public

The company, which sells products as Samsung CCTV, plans to build its product portfolio
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04/01/2004

CARROLLTON, Texas - Public shell company Thinking Tools has bought GVI Security in a transaction that brings the surveillance company to the public market for the first time.

The cost of the reverse merger, as it’s called, was not released, but shareholders of GVI Security received stock as part of the transaction and now own 95 percent equity in Thinking Tools.

ABC ends relationship with former CEO Broady

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2004

LEWISVILLE, Texas - Am-erican Building Control’s on again, off again relationship with its former chief executive officer and chairman is apparently off again.

The company formerly known as Ultrak announced in late January that it has severed ties with its former executive, George Broady, and settled an outstanding severance package.

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