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MADISON SYSTEMS(MADI) Multi Million Dollar Contract
An SI Board Since December 1997
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Emcee:  John Liu Type:  Unmoderated
Recently found this little known Canadian company that has Canadian government contracts to provide security for it's networks. The protential IMHO is huge since getting anykind of government contract is no piece of cake. has anyone heard anything else about this little known company???

Here's the official news release:
Wednesday December 10, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Company Press Release

Madison Announces Multi-Million Dollar Contract

AURORA, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 10, 1997--Madison Systems Inc. of Aurora
Ontario, announced today the completion of an exclusive distribution and sales agreement over
the next three years for 228,000 units of the Network Security Switching Device (the
''Centurion'') for the Pacific Rim.

As part of this agreement, an initial order of 5,000 units has been received, to be delivered in
January, 1998. This substantial contract is in addition to sales Madison already has with other
clients such as Revenue Canada and the Ministry of National Defense.

Mr. Don McNally, Chairman, stated that the Company expects to generate in excess of US$7
Million in revenue annually from the contract. ''This represents the first significant step in the
Company's short history towards building a strong foundation for the future,'' said McNally. He
further stated that the company continues to have preliminary discussions for the marketing of the
''Centurion'' for distribution in Europe, India and the United States.

The ''Centurion'' provides the only available external means of obtaining complete security for a
private network, where access is gained by way of a modem and telephone line.

While existing software ''firewalls'' generally provide satisfactory security for private networks
from unauthorized users attempting to gain access from the Internet, they are only partially
effective at blocking access to a computer node equipped with a modem and telephone line.

The ''Centurion'' has successfully overcome this problem by means of preventing the
simultaneous connection of a computer node with its network and an external computer. The
device physically assures that only either the modem connection or the network connection is
active at any one time, thus preventing unauthorized access to the network so protected.

Signed on behalf of the board,

Don McNally Chairman of the Board

Contact:

Madison Systems Inc.
Don McNally, chairman, 800/678-1817, 905/713-1645
Fax: 905/713-1628
E-mail: madd@netcom.ca
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5832Hey Moosie! Here ya go: us.moosehead.com Toodles, 'leneSiber-6/17/2001
5831<i>Just waiting for the "big one"</i> Me too! OhhhhhhhSiber-3/8/2001
5830**OT** <i>But then, who cares on this thread? OT topics are about all thThe Philosopher-3/8/2001
5829Gives "Survivor" a whole new meaning, doesn't it. No million dollSiber-3/8/2001
5828Hey there Chris :) Point Roberts is just fine now that I'm back. LOL EgadSiber-3/8/2001
58272 cents a share! We've sunk so deep our little island could be in China. DuDuGen-3/8/2001
5826Hey, how is the 'lene? Still messing around up in Point Roberts? Have a grThe Philosopher-2/23/2001
5825Hi there Moosie :) Nice to see you're still 'round too. Me? Well, I&#Siber-2/23/2001
5824Hi H', Good to see your still around. moosieMoosie12/21/2001
5823I guess there's a minor technicality there. Wondered how they did the tests DuGen-2/16/2001
5822Hm. How did they test the prototypes if they weren't assembled? Smiles, &#Siber-2/16/2001
5821Be still, my heart.The Philosopher-2/15/2001
5820Another update to their web site. It'll take about 3 weeks to assemble the 1DuGen-2/15/2001
5819ROFL!! Too funny Chris, I hope it wasn't a Tim Horton coffee, what a loss...Moosie-2/14/2001
5818<i>he real shocking thing is Don actually said something that came trThe Philosopher-2/6/2001
5817Web page has an update!!! Under the FAQ button and above the Visitor Feedback buDuGen-2/6/2001
5816Has anybody filled out the Visitor Feedback form on the web site and received anDuGen-2/2/2001
5815We now get quotes on their web page. We're into double digit pennies too. AnDuGen-1/4/2001
5814That's a good idea, wish I'd done that a couple of times this year. DuGDuGen-12/21/2000
5813Hey Dugen, Last time I got the urge to be active, I just laid down until it wenMoosie-12/21/2000
5812I've got too much invested in this pos to get too critical on what is happenDuGen-12/21/2000
5811Dugen, I've got a really strong urge to make a old bag on a face comment... Moosie-12/21/2000
5810When MADI sunk into pinkyland it's last day was at 3 cents. We have lately bDuGen-12/21/2000
5809It's some kind of a hard card and the Canadian government helped them develoDuGen-12/20/2000
5808Hey DuGen, I found it kinda hard to follow the ramble concerning the plus, whatMoosie-12/20/2000
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