Site Copyright statement & Credits
How to contact the archive team.
The information on this site is provided as a restoration and preservation project, and is intended to be the main source to find material about the Jupiter ACE computer.
The Jupiter ACE Archive was first created in 2004 and maintained by SPT. In MAY 2005 the website was publish on the net. In 2005, Edwin Blink joined the project followed by Ricardo Fernandes Lopes in 2006 together are the Jupiter ACE Archive Team (JAAT).
We would also like to thank the following people (not in any particular order!) for supporting the archive with material and donations since 2005:-
Klaudiusz Fatla (KL Video Board, 96KRAM AY Modula, Twister Board)
1/12/2018 - Donation from SERGIO GIMENEZ DE ASIS - many thanks for your support.
Jeff Shepherd - Deep Thought DOS, Dr Stuart Leask - Deep Thought Disk system
Stephen Pelc - MicroProcessor Engineering, Colin Dooley, Keith Murphy, John Cole, Leendert A. Hartog,
Ricardo Fernandes Lopes, Bo Pettersson, Julian Skidmore
George Baker, Lee V, Andy Collins, Professor J.V. Noble, Adam Spry, Dr. John Evans, Jolyon Ralph, Martyn Smith,
Simon Owen, John King, Hans Otten , Graeme Burdis, Grant Searle, Martyn Smith, Troels Noergaard, Stephen Stuttard, Paul Robson
Edwin Blink, Geoff Wearmouth, Neal Crook, Martin Greenbank, Paul Farrow, Edward Patel, Martin North
Marcos Cruz, Lawrence Woodman, Derek Thomas, Barry J Cooper, John Heath, Will Pazda, Dutra de Lacerda , Adrian Graham, Philip Marien -
& anybody I have missed out!
Many Jupiter Ace users and enthusiasts have given material for use in the archive only, with the understanding that any material will not be reproduced on any other sites, copied or used with the permission of the Jupiter Ace archive.
All web-content, including but not limited to text, pictures, layout and scripts is copyright & 2005-2020 SPT unless stated otherwise. All rights reserved. No part of this site may be reproduced in any form or by any means without prior consent. Deep-linking and mirroring prohibited. Mirrors will be banned.