CommPower) announced today that the Weather Radio Improvement Program (WRIP) previously awarded to CommPower in 2009 is proceeding well and is in the licensing phase to deploy AT&T Natural Voices beginning in fall 2011.
What does WRIP stand for?
WRIP stands for Weather Radio Improvement Program (US NOAA)
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We have 8 other meanings of WRIP in our Acronym Attic
- Workplace Rights Information Line (State Government of Victoria; Australia)
- Western Reserve Independent Living Center (Warren, OH; disabled support)
- Wheat Ridge Internal Medicine (est. 1994; Wheat Ridge, CO)
- Wound Rotor Induction Motor
- Water Resource Information Management System (EPA)
- Wildlife Rescue Information Network (Australia)
- Warner Robins Industry Now Group (Georgia; est. 1972)
- Wide Range Interest Opinion Test
- Water Resources Information Project (Canada)
- Watershed Recovery Inventory Project (Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife)
- Western Region Integrated Project (Bangladesh; Unocal Corp.)
- Whitney Ranch Indoor Pool (Henderson, NV)
- Women's Roles Interview Protocol (Mexico)
- Wisconsin Register in Probate Association
- Western Region Intergovernmental Personnel Assessment Council (Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon)
- Wave Rider Information Processing System
- Wuhan Research Institute of Posts and Telecommunications (China)
- Word Recognition in Quiet (auditory system research)
- Walter Reed Institute of Research (US Army)
- Water Resources Investigation Report (USGS)
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NASDAQ: GCOM), a leading provider of satellite-based communications infrastructure solutions and network services on a global basis, today announced that the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Globecomm Network Services Corporation (GNSC), has been awarded a contract from National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Weather Service for the Weather Radio Improvement Program valued at $3.