Service rewards computer owners for their idle CPU time

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Much the way the [email protected] project taps volunteers' computers for processing help in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, so Oregon-based CPUsage offers crowdsourced computing power as well. This time, however, the CPU resources are put to work for business purposes, with solutions optimized for science, rendering and high-throughput computing. CPUsage's CirrusGrid is a distributed computing solution that harnesses the processing power of hundreds or even thousands of computers during times when they would otherwise lie idle. Individual and business partners can sign up with CPUsage to contribute their computers' idle time by installing dedicated software; CPUsage promises it will never…

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