• BlueTronics Group makes CES debut





2011

  • CWD acquires the assets of SYNNEX Canada's BDG division, including the Citizen, Electrohome, Magnasonic and Secureguard brands as well as an experienced management team—the story is covered by Forbes and Reuters
  • BlueTronics Group (BTG) is established as a new division of CWD to manage the newly acquired brands and opens an office in Toronto, Canada. The division designs, manufactures and markets consumer electronics including TV's, DVD players, iPod®/iPhone® docks, clock radios, nostalgic audio systems, gaming systems, karaoke systems and various other products. CWD's NYRIUS brand is now sold by BlueTronics Group.
  • The NYRIUS brand and NYRIUS.com are completely revitalized
  • pure-therapy.com is launched
  • CWD purchases a new office and warehousing facility in Niagara Falls, 2 minutes from its Headquarters
  • CWD strengthens China operations by hiring a Sourcing Manager

2010

  • 2 products, the Defender™ SENTINEL10 and NYRIUS® ENTOURAGE 7, receive the prestigious CES Innovations Award from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). The Awards annually recognize the most innovative consumer electronics on the market.
  • NYRIUS® ENTOURAGE 7 and ENTOURAGE11 are patented
  • Defender College of Security Knowledge is created to educate the general public on various topics related to security
  • Levana's BABYVIEW20 receives the 2009 Seal of Approval from the National Parenting Center
  • Levana's BABYVIEW20 wins the Excellent Product Award from iParenting Media, a Disney Internet Group devoted to parents and family
  • The Pure Therapy™ brand is launched specializing in elite relaxation products
  • myLEVANA.com and Defender-USA.com are re-launched with exciting new branding and extensive industry leading multimedia
  • SVAT expands its 24/7 support to include 24/7 lifetime live customer support

2009

  • The Defender brand is created as an alternate brand for DIY Video Security, selling its products via mass merchant retailers and through its website, www.defender-usa.com
  • Defender releases its first major product: the SENTINEL1, a compact 7” internet-accessible DVR security system
  • myLEVANA.com is launched

2008

  • SVAT releases the CV0204DVR – a security system designed for easy end-user set up. It quickly becomes one of the internet's best selling DVR's of all time
  • SVAT releases the revolutionary PI1000 – a DVR hidden in a motion sensor
  • SVAT signs on with a 3rd party PR firm, gaining coverage in the Chicago Tribune and Wall Street Journal
  • Levana's BABYVIEW20, an innovative video baby monitor, is launched

2007

  • The Levana brand is created to offer safety and security electronics for babies and infants








2006

  • SVAT Electronics makes its debut appearance at the world renowned International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). The show is the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow
  • SVAT signs Vendor Agreement with Radio Shack/Intertan, now The Source
  • SVAT Electronics opens a factory outlet store out of its headquarters to aid in product development and market research

2005

  • SVAT introduces ClearVu – a line of security and surveillance products






2004

  • Wal-Mart Vendor Agreement established
  • The NYRIUS® brand is created and offers a line of unique consumer electronic goods 
  • NYRIUS.com is launched
  • SVAT introduces 3 new categories: VISS line, focusing on video intercoms, Spy Eye, focusing on covert cameras and GigaXtreme, focusing on wireless surveillance systems and baby monitors

2003

  • SVAT Electronics, a division of CWD, is established by Raj Jain, as an innovator specializing in the design, manufacture and marketing of DIY Video Security Products, which are sold through retailers
  • SVAT launches it's first product, the DP64 BrainPen (a portable flash memory device in a writing pen) in December
  • RDS Souvenirs is established as a division of CWD. RDS quickly grows into Niagara Falls largest souvenir provider and goes on to sell wholesale across Canada

2002

  • 4080 Montrose in Niagara Falls is purchased to be utilized as CWD's headquarters and a pilot retail store to compete with Future Shop and Costco
  • Tronics International is established as a division of CWD by Deepak and Raj Jain and begins retailing consumer electronics products at the brick and mortar level under the Jain Imports name
  • Fluance Speakers is created under the Tronics International division. Fluance quickly becomes a respected brand consisting of high quality home theater audio products sold directly to the end consumers

1999

  • Ramesh Jain opens Circus World—a souvenir store, arcade and museum located on world-famous Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls, Ontario







1984

  • Circus World Displays Ltd (CWD) is established

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