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Users of legacy physical security systems will gain access to S2's newer, third generation IP-based physical security technology, coupled with responsive customer service and support. March 16, 2010

SSI Staff · February 28, 2010

Lexington, Mass.-based Software House, a Tyco Int'l company, introduces C•CURE 9000 SiteServer, a compact, network device that provides a full-featured access control solution for small applications. The product comes in a compact design with pre-installed software. SSI Staff · February 15, 2010

Delta Scientific, a provider of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems, has released its DSC1400 hydraulic-operated traffic control barrier, a surface-mounted, self-contained system. SSI Staff · February 10, 2010

Marks USA of Amityville, N.Y., presents the auto-reverse feature on its patent-pending 5 Series Mortise lock. The new auto-reverse feature enables the installer to reverse the handing of the lockset without removing the cover. The Grade 1 Mortise locks are BHMA certified, meet ANSI specifications and are backed by Marks’ lifetime mechanical warranty. SSI Staff · January 07, 2010

SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

Smarter Security Systems, a provider of entrance and outdoor perimeter protection, has installed its SmarterFence solution at Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative (GVEC), a utility company serving rural Texas. December 20, 2009

Racine Unified School District ran into the challenge of securing its school building while safely permitting appropriate individuals into building. The disctirct found the solution by installing an Aiphone video intercom, the AX Series, to provide reliable communication and control access points. November 17, 2009

HID Global announced it would begin using the Genuine HID label for third-party products and launched an integrator/dealer initiative at ASIS Int'l in Anaheim, Calif. The new trademark identifies third-party product using HID technology. September 22, 2009

Irvine, Calif.-based Seco-Larm's SD-996C-NUQ ENFORCER universal door strike can be used with virtually any cylindrical-locking system and can be configured for use in wood, aluminum, or metal doors, according to the company. Included are three different-sized faceplates that can be easily installed on the strike to match the specific type of doorframe. SSI Staff · September 20, 2009


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