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Recent Distributed Computing News and Articles

Parabon Sweepstakes A Win For Cancer Research: Sweepstakes Winner Donates Proceeds to Cancer Treatment Research FoundationParabon ComputationJanuary 9, 2001
No Alien Idea: How Distributed Computing will Change the WebZDNetDecember 27, 2000
Seti: Is Anybody Out There?: the current state of the project and some info about the back-end processing just beginningWired newsDecember 22, 2000
SETI@Home Breaks 500,000 yearsSlashdotDecember 20, 2000
Parabon Powers the Cancer Treatment Research Foundation: Compute Against CancerSM Program Accelerates Discovery and Funds ResearchParabon ComputationDecember 18, 2000
Come together, right now, over P2P: Popular Power will pay to borrow your computer and make the world a better placesalon.comDecember 14, 2000
Project Uses Simulations to Research Flu Vaccines; a short overview of Popular Power and its flu vaccine project/a>The New York TimesDecember 14, 2000
Computing co-ops: Will distributed computing increase network bottlenecks or help eliminate them?TelecomClickDecember 11, 2000
Net Monitoring Service Pays Users: information about Distributed Science's first for-profit project for EnviveWired NewsDecember 11, 2000
Home PCs teaming up to do research on proteins: good background info on Folding@homeMercury NewsDecember 7, 2000
Distributed computing latest venture capital darlingYahoo!December 6, 2000
Coming Soon: The Earth as Planetary ComputerSilicon ValleyDecember 5, 2000
OpenCOLA seeks a new world order, one with OpenCOLA at the centerRed Herring MagazineDecember 4, 2000
Top Ten Trends 2001: Trend Number One: Computing: Distributed computing redefines computer networks, underpinning innovation, company formation, and investments.Red Herring MagazineDecember 4, 2000
SETI@home has the Guinness world record for largest computation, set in July, 2000 with 300 billion billion floating point operationsGuinness Book of World RecordsDecember, 2000
Peer Review; a good review of the current state of peer-to-peer computingWEBtechniquesDecember, 2000
Envive Partners With Distributed Science, Inc. To Use Peer-To-Peer Technology For Web Performance Testing And MonitoringYahoo!November 30, 2000
Computer and Internet Pioneers Forest Baskett and Stephen Crocker Join Scientific Advisory Board of EntropiaentropiaNovember 30, 2000 and United Devices Join Forces: New Strategic Alliance Set to Shake up the Industrydistributed.netNovember 27, 2000
United Devices and Join Forces: United Devices to Endow CharityUnited DevicesNovember 27, 2000
Sharing PowerForbesNovember 27, 2000
New Life for Peer-to-peer ComputingInformationWeekNovember 20, 2000
Companies create way to put idle PCs to work through NetUSA TodayNovember 17, 2000
Distributed Computing; argues for distributed computing as a great use for all the extra CPU cycles from your overclocked CPU (and just happens to mention this site. :-) Thanks for the recommendation Justin!)overclockers.comNovember 17, 2000
Envive Selects Entropia's Peer-to-Peer Technology to Enhance Web Performance Testing and MonitoringEntropiaNovember 16, 2000
For United Devices, Sharing is GoodLocalBusiness.comNovember 15, 2000
Into the Brave New World of Distributed Computing; an overview of DataSynapseSilicon Alley DailyNovember 14, 2000
Class Acts: Centrata: Centrata bets big on Web-based distributed servicesBusiness 2.0November 14, 2000
Start-up to launch distributed computing service; information about DataSynapse, a new distributed computing startupYahoo!November 13, 2000
Load Testing Uses Distributed PCs; Exodus Communications will use the United Devices platform to load-test websitesInternet WeekNovember 13, 2000
Peer-To-Peer Networks Take On A Testing Role: Exodus Communications to use the technology to stress-test customers' Web sitesInformation WeekNovember 13, 2000
Entropia Creates Largest Computing Resource Ever Available to Academic Scientists: Entropia to donate computing power to NSF NPACI and Alliance via SDSC and NCSA, comparable to 10x the aggregated annual capacity of the leading academic supercomputing sites in the nationEntropiaNovember 9, 2000
Exodus Announces Enhanced Web Site Testing Through United Devices: New Platform Allows Various Testing Methods of Web Interaction for Enhanced Customer ExperienceUnited DevicesNovember 6, 2000
Parabon Announces General Availability of First Commercial Internet Computing Platform at SC2000: Scalable Distributed Computing Platform Now Available to Any DesktopParabon ComputationNovember 6, 2000
Another piece of pi from B.C. math whizNational Post OnlineNovember 3, 2000
Distributed Computing, for Profit; talks about United Devices and Porivo, and the possibility of a commercial client from distributed.netInternet WorldNovember 3, 2000
Dawn of a New Species?; a good summary of the GOLEM@Home projectScientific AmericanNovember, 2000
First Macintosh Version of Commercial Distributed Computing Software Launches:Popular Power Lets Mac Users Donate or Sell Spare Computing CyclesPopular PowerOctober 27, 2000
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