Trey Davis, Remotis' Chairman and former CEO, established the partnership in 2007 to demonstrate that technology remains a crucial enabler in solving some of the world's most pressing problems. The World Community Grid currently has 629.391 members, 2,429,521 devices, and has generated an astounding 803,768 years of computational research including 1.6 billion results used by researchers around the world.
World Community Grid (WCG), powered by IBM, brings together people from across the globe to benefit humanity by creating the world's largest non-profit computing Grid. WCG does this by pooling surplus processing power from volunteers' devices. WCG believes that innovation combined with visionary scientific research and large-scale volunteerism can help make the planet smarter. The success depends on like-minded individuals.
You can donate your computing resources, dedicated or surplus, to improve the health of our planet and its inhabitants. Most computers, mobile devices to enterprise servers, have surplus computing resources that could make a difference. The World Community Grid application is cross-platform, secure, configurable, and free. Are you ready to exploit unused computing power for the sake of humanity? You can join GOTGRID, the team founded by Remotis Technologies, or create your own.
More information is available at the World Community Grid website.