Subject: Free software in the Fortune 5
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 15:03:45 -0700
Fri, 30 Jun 2000 15:03:45 -0700
Netwolves, a FreeBSD-based network security vendor, announced yesterday
that they've picked up the systemwide VPN contract with General
Electric.  Pretty cool stuff: release article22.html

    June 29, 2000, Melville, NY-- NetWolves Corporation (NASDAQ:WOLV)
    and General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) jointly announced today
    that GE has signed a contract for the master purchase, license and
    support services of NetWolves' security, monitoring, configuration and
    management technologies.  NetWolves is the innovator of a firewall
    and an all-in-one Internet gateway system, the FoxBox`, and of
    recently announced patent pending "Mother System" technology that
    makes possible secure, centralized, remote management and monitoring
    of networks.

    GE will be using the FoxBox` for interconnectivity of its worldwide
    offices.  The FoxBox` will enable these offices to interact with
    each other utilizing NetWolves advanced firewall security.

Disclaimer -- Andrew Greenberg, known to some of you, is a friend of
mine and CTO at Netwolves.

Karsten M. Self <>
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