May 9, 2008 – Volume 4 Issue 10
Unisys Canada Inc. has been selected by the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) to supply, integrate and manage a new identification management system for 29 airports throughout Canada.
Tech Data Corp., an IT products distributor, announced April 30 its Physical Security Specialized Business Unit (SBU) will offer resellers and security systems integrators access to a broader array of video surveillance solutions and network test equipment. The Physical Security SBU established distribution agreements with five new vendor partners, including Digimerge Technologies Inc., JDSU, Lorex Technology Inc., On-Net Surveillance Systems (ONSSI) Inc., and Videolarm Inc.
Gamble on analytics paying off for Waterloo firm
Holtenhoff joined Waterloo, Ont.-based Aimetis in 2004, shortly after the company was founded. Prior to that, he'd worked for Xerox and started his own IP security firm, which he sold to Verisign in 2002.
Counterforce Canada has recently appointed Sharon Ferguson as Business Development representative for Western Canada (Manitoba to Vancouver Island). Her role in this position is to form strategic partnerships with dealers and assist them as they grow their businesses.
SP&T Integrator of the Year
The Integrator of the Year award, sponsored by Anixter Canada, is designed to recognize a security systems integrator that has demonstrated dedication, professionalism, innovation and customer service. We will consider all nominations provided they adhere to the following criteria:
The company offers security integration services, i.e. solves a customer's problem by designing, installing and implementing a solution that meets that customer's security needs.
The company operates in Canada.
The project(s) was completed for a Canadian customer.
The size of the project or cost involved is not the most important factor when we judge a winner. All companies are eligible, from the largest multi-national to an organization with less than 100 employees. Please take the time to help us recognize excellence and achievement in security.
On deck: Coming up in the June/July issue of SP&T News
Installation Focus: IP Video
Technology focus: Biometrics
Special Topic: Home Automation
Company profile: Waterloo, Ont.-based Aimetis Corp.
Product focus: Fire panels
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