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AAGARD, THE FUTURE IN SECURITY

 GREENWICH, Conn., June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- National Guardian Security Services Corp. introduced today AAGard, an in-building wireless security transmission system which transmits signals through the Ardis wireless network.
 Ardis, a partnership of IBM and Motorola, which provides a nationwide wireless data communication services, covers 90 percent of all U.S. businesses. This new technology allows for fast reliable, higher level of security transmission.
 During a burglary or fire, AAGard sends a signal through the Ardis network which then, in seconds, transmits the signal to one of National Guardian's Central Monitoring Station.
 AAGard not only transmits clear signals through the network, but it instantaneously sends an acknowledgment that the message was received.
 AAGard strengthens the connection between National Guardian and its customers. "Quality is critical and an important factor to providing security service to a customer," said George V. Flagg, president of National Guardian Security Services Corp.
 National Guardian is one of the largest and fastest growing security service companies. The Company sells, leases, installs, services and monitors electronic security systems that are used primarily to protect businesses and residences against burglary, vandalism and fire. National Guardian provides security services to more than 250,000 customers. -0-
 NEW SECURITY TRANSMISSION SYSTEM SENDS CRITICAL
 MESSAGES OVER ARDIS
 LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- National Guardian Security Services today announced the introduction of AAGard, a wireless security transmission system utilizing the ARDIS nationwide wireless data network. The new system provides faster and more reliable transmission of security signals between a customer's building and National Guardian's Central Monitoring Station. AAGard can monitor a customer's facilities anywhere in the U.S., via the ARDIS nationwide network.
 As the wireless communication link between National Guardian and its customers, AAGard interfaces directly with the customer's alarm control panel. During a burglary or fire, AAGard sends an immediate message to the National Guardian's manned Central Monitoring Station. AAGard is difficult to compromise because there are no wirelines to disable. The new transmission system allows for a quicker, more reliable response, saving money, valuable time and potentially reducing losses.
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 /CONTACT: James L. Boehme vice president of sales and marketing of National Guardian, 203-531-3544; or Dianne Bales or Kim Lipker both of Barkley & Evergreen, 913-432-2600, for ARDIS/
 (IBM MOT)


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