AceInfo to Continue NOAA IT, Meteorological Support

Ace Info Solutions has received a contract to provide information technology services and meteorological expertise in support of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's meteorological development laboratory.

The contract follows AceInfo's eight years of helping the laboratory address needs in the areas of statistical modeling, model interpretation, digital database development and IT infrastructure, the company said Tuesday.

AceInfo has also aided NOAA MDL in the development of advanced weather interactive processing systems.

Jay Challa, chairman and CEO at AceInfo, said the company looks forward to continue helping NOAA meet weather forecast requirements.

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