Tensions between the U.S. and China continue to rise in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, as the U.S. has issued a final rule revising the Federal Acquisition Regulation specifically to implement section 889(a)(1)(B), or “Part B.”
Matrix, a leading manufacturer of enterprise-grade telecom and security solutions, is the first company to get TEC certificate under Mandatory Testing and Certification of Telecom Equipment (MTCTE) launched by TEC, Govt. of India. Ganesh Jivani, managing director of Matrix was honored with the TEC certificate from Mr. Anshu Prakash, Secretary Telecom, Government of India at an event organized by TEC at Sanchar Bhavan, New Delhi.
G4S has relaunched the Adesta brand as a subsidiary of G4S Secure Integration. Adesta, a G4S company, will be focused on end-to-end life cycle telecommunication projects. G4S acquired Adesta at the end of 2009 and integrated it into the G4S brand portfolio.
DICE Corporation announces IPtelX.net, a telecommunications spinoff of its telecom services business, which is designed to allow DICE to remain focused on security industry software solutions while the new company deals with VoIP in the alarm industry.
Today, the Burr Ridge, Ill.-based systems integrator has 100 employees in two offices and provides structured wiring, security systems, network solutions and carrier services to clients all over the United States.
A recent case in Arizona involved the municipal taxation of home security services when the provider’s monitoring facility was out of state and the services included telecommunications. Municipalities are prohibited from taxing interstate telecommunication service under Arizona law.