Robert Madge

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Robert Madge is an entrepreneur and technologist. In the 1980s, he founded and was chairman of Madge Networks,[1] a pioneer of high speed networking technology. He is currently the President of IDTrack,[2] a European Association for identification and traceability of goods based on technologies such as RFID. He is also the founder of Olzet, a provider of services associated with the implementation of RFID solutions in the food industry.

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  1. ^ "MADGE NETWORKS TO DISMISS A THIRD OF ITS WORKERS". New York Times. 25 July 1997. Retrieved 3 February 2011. 
  2. ^ Don Tennant (27 May 2008). "Our strengths and weaknesses are often the same". Computerworld Australia. Retrieved 3 February 2011.