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Greenland Corporation Partners With MC Info to Offer 7x24 Network Monitoring

OCEANSIDE, Calif., Nov. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Greenland Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GLCP) announced partnering with MC Info to offer 7x24 network monitoring through multi-year contract arrangements..

Dr. Louis T. Montulli, CEO of Greenland Corporation stated, "As a continuation of our communication developments for the SmartCash ATM, Greenland has entered into a partnering arrangement with MC Info to supply networking services and remote network monitoring of Greenland's SmartCash ATM financial kiosks. These monitoring services are critical. If you think that the typical ATM machine that dispenses cash is mission critical, add to that a next generation kiosk that also provides for check cashing, money orders, phone cards, and pay day advances. Add to that a kiosk that offers internet purchases, utility payments and other financial offerings and suddenly you have a financial machine that will constantly be in use."

Joan McCaffrey, Vice President of MC Info stated "Greenland came to us with a number of complex communication requirements that were not typical of the slow, analog ATM machines. Furthermore, we had to design a network infrastructure that could support explosive growth. A typical banking machine cannot be upgraded easily. Changes have to physically be made to each machine. It takes months if not years to reprogram function keys to offer additional functionality. With Greenland's 'Bank in a Box,' function changes can take place every few weeks on a site- by- site basis. Each store can tailor their own offerings. The changes from Greenland can be made remotely and automatically to thousands of machines overnight, thanks to MC Info's network architecture."

Ms. McCaffrey further stated, "MC Info designed a high speed, digital Frame Relay network with redundancy and upgradability. We evaluated several networking products and chose Cisco Systems, the largest data communications company in the world, to provide all of the routers throughout the coast to coast network. We also helped Greenland negotiate carrier contracts which are significantly less expensive than their previous ISDN line charges. This allowed Greenland to create a competitive, fixed price communications packaged for their customers."

MC Info's state-of-the-art Network Operations Center (NOC) will offer monitoring and support of the nationwide kiosks and Greenland's Oceanside and Hermosa Beach call centers on a 7 x 24 basis. This Frame Relay network is one of the largest in Southern California. MC Info has provided networking services and design to thousands of Southern California companies for the past 15 years.

Greenland Corporation is a manufacturing and software/systems development corporation in the financial services industry. The Company is currently deploying an automated payroll/check-cashing machine with full ATM functionality, and money order dispensing services. Because these "Bank in a Box" machines are software based, Greenland will roll out payday advances as an upgrade over their high speed network in the future.

This report contains forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainties, which could significantly impact the actual results, performance or achievements of the company or industry results. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, risks associated with uncertainties relating to the timeframe for product development and commercial introduction, impact of rapid technological change and competition, manufacturing uncertainties and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Contact: Ed Sano, Investor Relations, Managing Director, 760-414-9941, for Greenland Corporation

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