Global Research Network Operations Center to handle network that transports weather forecasting, severe storm modeling, climate and ocean data.
On May 1, Indiana University signed a new 10-year, $40 million contract with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to support its science and operations network, N-Wave.
From reliable weather forecasts to severe storm prediction models that save lives, NOAA’s N-Wave network securely and efficiently shares the data needed to make sense of the changing environment.
This high-speed network connects thousands of scientists and engineers to the data and resources they need to advance environmental science—to the tune of up to 20 petabytes of data per month—in a variety of fields such as oceanography, chemistry, biology and meteorology.
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