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March Networks and Hamilton Pacific, a Division of Securitas Security Systems, Announce Partnership to Offer World Class Video Surveillance Solutions

March Networks and Hamilton Pacific, a Division of Securitas Security Systems, Announce Partnership to Offer World Class Video S

OTTAWA, ON, Nov. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- March Networks(TM) (TSX:MN; AIM:MNW), a leading provider of Internet Protocol (IP)-based digital video surveillance solutions, has announced an agreement with Hamilton Pacific, a division of Securitas Security Systems USA, to offer best-in-class video surveillance solutions to financial and retail customers in the United States.

The Hamilton Pacific division is strongly focused on medium-to-high security markets and on medium-to-large customer groups. An important part of the division's growth strategy is to become the market leader with financial institutions. This sales and marketing initiative makes Hamilton Pacific one of the leading certified solutions providers of March Networks digital video surveillance solutions.

The partnership between March Networks and Hamilton Pacific will allow customers to benefit from the leading edge digital video solutions from March Networks and the world-class deployment and maintenance expertise of Hamilton Pacific, thus ensuring that every customer interaction results in complete satisfaction.

"Teaming with a high quality, long-term partner such as March Networks is an important part of our growth strategy within the North American market," said Thomas Benson, Vice President of Sales for Hamilton Pacific. "This agreement allows Hamilton Pacific to work with March Networks to create the most innovative and strategic solutions that address every security need for our customers."

"It is our pleasure to announce this partnership with one of the premiere names in the world of security," said Peter Strom, president and CEO of March Networks. "Aligning best-of-breed video systems and software from March Networks with the breadth of expertise and solutions from Hamilton Pacific will result in further strength for both companies within the financial and retail market segments."

About March Networks

March Networks(TM) (TSX:MN; AIM:MNW) is a leading provider of innovative IP-based video applications used for security surveillance and monitoring. Our software and hardware solutions allow businesses to increase operational efficiencies, address risk, and manage assets with an integrated set of video- based intelligence tools that support enhanced decision-making. Today the ISO 9001:2000 certified company serves the needs of leading banks, retail organizations and transportation authorities in more than 40 countries throughout the world. For more information, please visit http://www.marchnetworks.com/ .

About Securitas Systems USA

Security Systems USA is part of the Securitas Systems Division, supplying custom designed integrated and high-end security solutions for demanding customers. Major customer segments are banks and financial institutions, offices and industrial sites as well as multi site installations like utilities, logistics centers and retail chains. The division has operations and coverage in 12 European countries and in the USA. The total annual sales for the division is approximately MSEK 5,600 and it has over 4,000 employees. Securitas is a world leader in security, active in more than 20 countries in Europe and North America. Securitas employs over 200,000 people and the operations are organized in five specialized divisions Security Services USA; Security Services Europe for guarding solutions; Security Systems for integrated and high end security systems; Direct for professional and consumer alarm concepts; and Cash Handling Services for cash processing, transport and ATM services. Over the past 15 years, Securitas has grown to be the world's largest security company with a market share of 8 percent of the total world market. Securitas' annual sales are approximately MSEK 60,000. For more information, please visit http://www.securitas.com/ .

Forward-Looking Statements This release contains certain forward-looking information, including expectations of future business. This information is based on the company's current expectations and assumptions that are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties that are difficult to predict and that may be beyond March Networks' control. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statements due to factors such as customer demand and timing of purchasing decisions, increased levels of competition, technological changes and the successful development of new products, dependence on third- party manufacturers, risks relating to intellectual property infringement claims, and other risks and factors identified in March Networks' public filings with regulatory authorities in Canada. March Networks assumes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements as a result of new information or future events. (x) MARCH NETWORKS and the MARCH NETWORKS logo are trademarks of March Networks Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


CONTACT: Anil Dilawri, March Networks Corporation,
(613) 591-8181, [email protected]

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