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PerMar consolidates, acquires

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03/01/2008

DAVENPORT, Iowa--PerMar Security was busy during the first quarter, consolidating its Madison, Wisc.-based businesses in January, and acquiring a Minnesota integrator.

KCI acquires RMC

Large engineering firm now launches KCI-Protection Technologies, targeting security and fire markets
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02/01/2008

HUNT VALLEY, Md.--KCI Technologies, one of the 100 largest engineering firms in the United States, announced this week the acquisition of Risk Management Consultants, which has been folded into the company as a new subsidiary, KCI Protection Technologies.

New Atlanta-area HQ

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02/01/2008

DULUTH, Ga.--Securitas Systems has moved its corporate headquarters to 2400 Commerce Ave.

NSSC makes manufacturing play

Taking Siemens product in-house will allow integrator to offer it to a broader market
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02/01/2008

WILLOWBROOK, Ill.--NSSC, a security integrator whose systems protect "every nuclear power plant in the United States," purchased in late 2007 the Perifeld-M Volumetric Perimeter Intrusion Detection System from Siemens Building Technologies.

Tri-S lands new $25 million credit facility

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SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2008

ATLANTA--Tri-S Security, a security integrator and guarding provider, announced this week a new $25 million credit facility with its current senior lender, LSQ Funding. This will allow the company to borrow up to 90 percent of both billed and unbilled accounts receivable, which currently amounts to $13 million in unused borrowing capacity.

Argyle buys thrice

Growing integrator adds fire, detention capabilities
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02/01/2008

SAN ANTONIO--Argyle Security, an international integrator working in the corrections and commercial markets, has announced the acquisition of three companies for a total of $14 million. Argyle's principal subsidiary, ISI Security Group, the acquisition of which turned Argyle from a holding company into a going operation in 2007, will operate both Peterson Detention, which manufactures windows and furniture for detention facilities, and FireQuest, which installs and services commercial fire alarm and suppression products.

Ansley Comm. launches security division

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02/01/2008

CORNELIA, Ga.--Ansley Communications, a telecommunications and network integrator here, announced in December a new security division aimed primarily at the commercial market.

More VC interest

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02/01/2008

NEW YORK--Following an infusion of capital from Pegasus Capital Advisors, T&M Protection Resources chairman Robert Tucker used a sports analogy to describe his company's standing in the security market: "It gives us great depth and bench strength."
T&M currently employs more than 1,000 as part of a business that offers everything from guard services to intelligence services to canine explosive detection to electronic security integration, with about 15 people dedicated to electronic security.

Chameleon leads tour of Israel

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SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2008

CANOGA PARK, Calif.--Chameleon Associates, a consulting and training firm in the security and emergency preparedness space, has organized an exclusive tour of security operations at some of Israel's most important pieces of critical infrastructure.

SAIC names Amy Alving chief technology officer

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SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2008

SAN DIEGO and MCLEAN, Va.—SAIC, now publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange, announced in early December the appointment of senior vice president Amy Alving to chief technology officer.

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