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Demand is up for GE Security, plants increase manufacturing

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01/01/2006

BRADENTON, Fla.--GE Security recently increased production at four of its factories around the world to keep up with demand for its video and intrusion security products.

Kidde loses one, gains one

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SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2006

FARMINGTON, Conn.--Edward LeBlanc, president of Kidde Residential & Commericial, announced that he retired in December.

ACTi comes to America for IP market

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01/01/2006

SEATTLE--ACTi Corp. is the latest Asian manufacturer to enter the United States security market after opening an office here in the fall, with plans to add a warehouse and hire additional employees in 2006.

Bell Canada and March Networks partner up

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SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2006

OTTAWA, Ontario--Bell Canada and March Networks announced in early December an agreement to co-develop, market and sell advanced digital video surveillance applications to the Canadian market. The partnership will target businesses big and small with IP-based surveillance solutions that leverage the technological experience of both companies.

Cernium gets $7.5 mil in funding round four

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12/01/2005

RESTON, Va.--Intelligent video systems company Cernium recently received its largest round of funding since its inception in 2001, with a $7.

Biometric firm gets fingers on funding

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12/01/2005

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.-- Privaris, a wireless biometric technology firm, secured $15.

March's Strom named CEO of the year

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SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2005

OTTAWA, Ontario--The Ottawa Business Journal has named Peter Strom, March Networks president and chief executive officer, their CEO of the year for 2005. In a press release, Business Journal publisher and selection committee chairman Michael Curran said Strom stood out for his "leadership and vision and, finally, competitiveness and innovation.

Siemens goes for it, plans Bewator AB buy

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12/01/2005

SOLNA, Sweden--Siemens Building Technologies, a company known for a taking a conservative approach when it comes to acquisitions, made an unexpected move in November when it announced plans to buy Bewator AB, a manufacturer of access control and video products.
It marks only the second security acquisition in two years for German corporation Siemens AG, which operates security businesses in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.

FaceKey gets biometric patent

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SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2005

SAN ANTONIO--FaceKey Corporation, a biometrics provider specializing in security, access control and time and attendance products, announced last month the issuance of a new patent by the U.S.

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