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- Centrifuge is Perplex City's leading technological security company
- Centrifuge are currently sponsoring the Earth Studies department of Perplex City Academy
- Centrifuge's stock went into a steady decline following the theft of the Receda Cube
- Centrifuge has a number of high-profile contracts for campus security
- Advances in security technology over the past five or eight years have all come from either Centrifuge or Key Surety Inc.
- In March 2005, Centrifuge bought Key Surety Inc. for PCL2.3 billion in cash and stock
- Had delayed the launch of its much-anticipated Key Extension series due to manufacturing hangups
- Latest generation of Keys are more susceptible to Djinn virus attacks
- Reportedly, many executive officers are losing their jobs over the recent news of Djinn vulnerability
- See also: Djinn for more information on keys, and how Key Surety Inc. and Centrifuge are dealing with the threat.
- Halima Bourne - CEO
- Sente Kiteway took up a senior position at Centrifuge in 237 where he headed up the development of Redlock and the Hollowview Intelligent Defense System.
- Kurt McAllister reconstructed West Besley College's Key systems to operate at 200% efficiency; his method was purchased by Centrifuge Technologies when Kurt was only 20 years old
- Gregory Dempsey was previously head of Key development, until he was sacked in late June 2005.
- Raisa Howell
- Amiko Leckworthy
- Kam Hougton, analyst
- 16-JAN-04 - Receda Cube stolen; Centrifuge stock plummets.
- 21-MAR-05 - The buyout of KSI is Announced
- 28-MAR-05 - Djinn Jr. Announced
- 25-MAY-05 - Next generation Keys are found to be susceptible to Djinn virus
- 27-JUN-05 - Gregory Dempsey is fired; Centrifuge stock rises 6.4%
- Perplex City Sentinel
- article, 21-MAR-05, "Centrifuge Buys KSI" link
- article, 25-MAY-05, "Next-Gen Keys Susceptible to Djinn" link
- article, 27-JUN-05 "Key Developer Axed" link
- article, 01-SEP-05 "KSI Lands PCL18M Contract with City" link
- article, 08-DEC-05 "Iona Interviews... Gregory Dempsey" link
- article, 14-SEP-06 "Earlywine Blasts Scott" link