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ADI CUSTOMER EVENT ROCKS CEDIA EXPO 2009 ADI joined together with many industry-leading vendors to host a special event to thank customers for their continuous support at this year’s CEDIA EXPO 2009 in Atlanta, Ga. ADI also sponsored the CEDIA...

Effective August 10, 2009, Lockmasters Security Institute was approved to offer the Montgomery GI Bill. With changes in our economy and unemployment on the rise, why not use the Montgomery GI Bill to help pay for training in a field that is expected to grow by 22 percent over the next nine years? (Bureau of Labor Statistics figures)

LSI has been a leading educational organization for technical and physical security education since 1955. LSI students include the federal government, US military, FORTUNE 500, private industry, small business and law enforcement communities. LSI classes range from 3 to 11 days and include Professional Locksmithing, Safe Lock Servicing, Automotive Locksmithing, Certified Inspector and Technician for GSA Approved Security Equipment, Cargo Crime Security and Comprehensive Security Specialist Training.

Their well qualified instructors and expertly crafted hands-on training are the reason they have taught more than 40,000 students in the past 50 plus years.

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PSA Security Network, the world’s largest electronic security cooperative with more than 285 locally owned and operated offices, is in the process of launching the Schlage reader and credential product line with their member integrators. Products include the Schlage SXF proximity readers and credentials, which support 125 kHz proximity card technology and are compatible with industry standard proximity technologies including HID, GE/CASI ProxLite, XceedID and Schlage proximity.

“Now leading integrators throughout the nation will have increased access to Schlage proximity readers and credentials, enabling them to provide their customers with the flexibility to use and intermix proximity readers from multiple manufacturers via the Schlage SXF Series,” advises George Nortonen, Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies vice president of sales, integrators/business partners. “We look forward to working with PSA Security Network and its many integrators whose customers are demanding access control components with open architectures that integrate with their existing and future systems.”

“Schlage is a trusted and respected name in the security industry and PSA is pleased to have them in our product portfolio,” stated Bill Bozeman, president and chief executive officer of PSA. “The objective of PSA is to offer security system integrators the best options at the best possible pricing. With the addition of Schlage readers and cards, we have once again added a powerful price performer to the PSA family of security products.”

A joint training program has already begun and customers may order the Schlage SXF Proximity Series through their PSA Security Network affiliated integrators now.

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