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January 2005
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2005, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p8
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The article presents news related to various companies in the United States. L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. of New York acquired Waltham, Massachusetts based Raytheon Co.'s commercial infrared business. The new owners will rename the business L-3 Communications Infrared Products. Software House, Lexington, Massachusetts, part of Tyco Fire & Security Access Control and Video Systems business unit, has formed a strategic alliance with iWay Software Inc. The two companies will work together to provide a solution for businesses looking to link enterprise applications, such as Enterprise Resource Planning, human resource systems including, Peoplesoft, Lawson and others, with access control systems.


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