About Global E Point
  About Global ePoint
  Global ePoint has been in the process of a major transition over the past two years. The Company has been undergoing a series of actions intended to transform itself into being able to move forward with new market opportunities that can better enhance shareholder value. Global ePoint had been engaged in the lottery industry over the past 10 years and was one of the largest providers of vending machines for the sale of instant-winner lottery tickets. On June 1, 2001, all of Global ePoint’s lottery assets were sold and, along with the cash it received upon the sale, the Company retained rights to contingent earn-out payments, certain other rights to a proprietary design for on-line activated instant lottery tickets and other non-lottery related assets. On August 11, 2003, the Company completed a merger with McDigit, Inc. and McDigit’s primary business has now become the Company’s primary business
  About McDigit`

Headquartered in the City of Industry, California, McDigit was originally organized in November 2002 for the purpose of marketing advanced technology products related to long-range video, audio and data transmission. Effective January 1, 2003, the shareholder of McDigit contributed 100% of his ownership interest in it's manufacturing subsidiary, which manufactures customized computers and provides comprehensive solutions for industrial personal computer, commercial personal computer and contract manufacturing markets. Currently, substantially all of McDigit’s revenues have been generated from sales of industrial computer applications to companies that supply x-ray security equipment for the airline industry. McDigit is now expanding into other markets, such as medical applications.

For more information on McDigit, visit its website at www.globalepoint.com/McDigit

Also effective January 1, 2003, McDigit obtained sales and marketing rights to a long-range video, audio and data transmission system, called the "Raidius System," including the "Ranger" and "Paladin" products. McDigit subsequently purchased the remaining rights to the Raidius System from Sequent Technologies, Inc. ("Sequent"). Those rights included provisional patent applications, manufacturing designs and other intellectual property related to the Raidius System in order to market and deploy the product throughout the world. McDigit continues pursuing the marketing and deployment of the Raidius System under the Sequent brand name. Sequent’s systems transmit video, audio and data streams from anywhere using virtually any data transmission system and the Internet. Sequent’s ability to network video surveillance systems and provide secure access via existing Internet, cellular and computer interfaces is designed to enhance the potential use of video in Law Enforcement, Public Safety, Commercial Security, Homeland Defense, Airport/Airline and Military applications.

For more information on Sequent, visit its website at www.sequentusa.com