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Boyle and Chase recently expanded its sales force to better serve the installation market.

SC Black Announces

Franchise Partnership

Supercircuits, Austin, Texas, a provider of video surveillance technology, formed a partnership with Inc., Tampa, Fla., which sells digital surveillance franchises worldwide, to distribute its line of SC Black cameras and DVRs privately-labeled through franchisees.

In addition, the partnership will provide franchisees access to support, marketing and technical services and other special programs available through the SC Black Dealer Program.

DBL Distributes NXG HDMI Cables

NXG Technology, Scottsdale, Ariz., a manufacturer of digital and analog interconnects, architectural and freestanding speakers and accessories for the custom installation industry, announced the manufacture of first available v1.4 capable HDMI cables, to be distributed through DBL.

“Through our exclusive distribution agreement with NXG, DBL Distributing is giving the custom installer community a unique opportunity to be the first in the marketplace to offer this technology to their customers,” said Tim Coakley, vice president of Merchandising, DBL Distributing. “As v1.4 capable hardware is introduced in the first or second quarter of next year, the ability to ‘future-proof’ the client’s cabling will be a huge advantage to the installer.”

Channel Vision Grabs

Vantage Point

D-Tools Inc., Concord, Calif., provider of system integration software, announced that Channel Vision, Costa Mesa, Calif., a supplier of technology solutions for the residential and commercial market, has joined the D-Tools Manufacturer Vantage Point (MVP) Program, making its detailed product specification capabilities directly available to users of D-Tools System Integrator™ software for the end-user client. The D-Tools Manufacturer Vantage Point (MVP) program is designed to help provide system integrators with product information directly from the manufacturer to over 2,500 companies using D-Tools System Integrator software.

“We’re pleased to welcome Channel Vision to the MVP Program,” said Adam Stone, president, D-Tools. “Our manufacturer partners understand the need in this tough economy to make it easier for integrators get the job done.”

Chesley Brown Adds

Immix to the Mix

SureView Systems, Tampa, Fla., announced that Chesley Brown Companies, headquarted in Atlanta and with operations in Kansas City, Mo., has selected Immix as their video monitoring automation platform for its customers.

Chesley Brown is a national player with global footprint serving customers with monitoring, consulting and man-guarding in 28 states and three countries. It has been well-entrenched in offering video analytics to its customers, according to Brent C. Brown, Brown’s chairman and CEO.

SureView’s Immix software brand delivers a single platform to manage all video surveillance/CCTV, intrusion and fire alarms, access control and VoIP audio.

Immix gives Chesley Brown growth opportunities through enhanced software solutions for their remote command center, InCommand Worldwide. “InCommand is the first of its type in the U.S. and takes typical passive uses of CCTV and electronic security and creates a more valued asset with much greater return on investment for our customers,” Brown said. “We’re excited to partner with SureView to deliver an even greater ability to serve our customers with superior, more cost-effective and state-of-the art security solutions.”