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Beat the Clock: Replacing All Those Outdated Radios

The coming demise of 2G networks and the POTS sunset are forcing installing security contractors to undertake the arduous task of upgrading clients to new alarm communications technology.


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The coming demise of 2G networks and the POTS sunset are forcing installing security contractors to undertake the arduous task of upgrading clients to new alarm communications technology. September 02, 2015

An Aberdeen UK woman has been driven mad by her faulty burglar alarms. The sirens, which were as loud as a jet just after take-off, didn't stop blaring for 29 hours. Barbara Wyness, 74, said two alarms in her home security system went haywire and the piercing screams refused to stop despite the frantic efforts of friends and family who tried to shut it off. SSI Staff · July 29, 2013

Installing security contractors risk liability and litigation if they heedlessly apply a one-size-fits-all approach to each installation. A disciplined practice calls for a truly customized solution based on compliance of equipment manufacturer specifications, NFPA codes, UL standards and recognized industry standards and practices. Jeff Zwirn · September 30, 2006

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