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Calif. School District Selects Tyco Security Products’ PowerSeries Neo Intrusion Detection System

Tyco Security Products announced on Tuesday that the Travis Unified School District in Fairfield, Calif., has chosen a hybrid PowerSeries Neo intrusion system paired with Alarm.com’s connected services…


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Building automation and security solutions provider TAC will change its name and logo to Schneider Electric, its parent company since ... July 08, 2009

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As expected, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) approved the 2010 national fire code at its World Safety Conference and Exposition in ... June 16, 2009

ADT Security Services has installed video surveillance cameras and security systems in public areas of Town of Oyster Bay, located in Nassau County, Long Island, N.Y, in an effort to ... June 03, 2009

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