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Johnson Controls and Texas Instruments Discuss Security Issues in SecurityStockWatch.Com Interviews

October 23, 2008

“We think that as the convergence of physical security and IT advances, its benefits become more and more obvious to our customers. It leads to new and innovative products that are also more affordable than ever before. And as the security and fire safety market continues to grow, Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) will continue to invest resources in developing IP devices and wireless technologies. Johnson Controls possesses great advantages because of our years of experience within building environments, our ability to maintain a highly educated staff and continuously hire new employees from around the globe, our size and at the same time the scalability of our offerings. Our value proposition lies within the relationships that we have built throughout the years and our ability to deliver on our promises to our customers. As a global integrator, Johnson Controls can build highly complex solutions that involve the integration of building systems and applications with fire and security systems, creating tremendous benefits for our customers”. These are among the insights discussed by Mr. Joel Lehman, VP & GM Fire and Security Solutions, North America, Johnson Controls.(www.JCI.com). Please see the entire interview here: www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_JCI.html.

And Mr. V.C. Kumar, Manager, Government ID, Texas Instruments (NYSE: TXN) told us, “TIA’s RF360 is the first smart integrated circuit platform designed and developed specifically to meet the ever-changing demands of secure contactless applications including those in the government electronic identification market. The RF360 provides much needed chip transaction speeds and supports increased functionality without compromising security. This is due to our “grounds-up” smart IC design which integrates a suite of prove, next generation technologies advanced non-volatile Ferroelectric Random Access Memory (FRAM) technology and a 16-bit high performance ultra-low power microcontroller.” Please see the entire interview here: www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_TI.html.

Also available on www.SecurityStockWatch.com is our Investment Guide To 350+ Security Stocks(C): http://www.securitystockwatch.com/InvestmentGuides/. Deborah Gilbert, President, said, “Since 911, we live in a new world that requires we protect every aspect of everyday life as never before: our environment, our borders, our homes and businesses. Worldwide spending for security continues at an unprecedented pace and the companies included in our Investment Guide are beneficiaries of much of this spending.”




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