More Than 125 New Companies Make Debut at ISC West

ISC West 2012 will once again feature a veritable list of "who's who" in the security space.

More than 900 security manufacturers, including companies such as Assa Abloy, ADI, Anixter, Axis Communications, Bosch, Honeywell, Ingersoll Rand, Panasonic, Pelco, Samsung Techwin, and Tyco will be at this year's event to showcase the latest products and technologies in security. ISC West takes place March 28-30, with the Premier Education Series being held on March 27-29 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center.

More than 125 brand new companies will be on the ISC West show floor showcasing their latest products and technologies. In-demand product categories include Access Control, CCTV, Central Station Monitoring Systems, Network Security Solutions, Video Surveillance and Wireless Security Transmitters.

Among the new companies participating, ISC West welcomes FAA International, DORMA, Rosslare Security Products, ICRealtime Security Solutions, NEC Corporation, Sielox, Inc., D-Link Systems Inc., Lutron Electronics Co Inc., Alarm Controls Corp. and Mircom Technologies Ltd.

ISC West will be supporting the new companies in a new exhibitor pavilion with many sales and marketing opportunities including a dedicated new exhibitor ambassador to answer questions; a welcome packet to take advantage of special offers, discounts and deadlines; a new exhibitor icon next to their directory listing, inclusion in the ISC West mobile program and a full-page ad in the show directory listing the new participants.

"ISC West has provided security professionals with a timely opportunity to organize their business and security product needs for 2012," said Ed Several, senior vice president and general manager, ISC portfolio of events. "ISC West offers a first-hand glimpse of the industry's annual status. With over 125 new companies bringing new technologies to the marketplace, it looks like 2012 will be a good year."

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