Personal computers to aid ITER in its computational load

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Personal computers to aid ITER in its computational load

Ibercivis, a volunteer computing project based in Spain, will aid ITER in its computational load. Ibercivis allows computer users to donate unused computing time from their personal computers to scientific research. While the Ibercivis resource broker and its storage elements are in Spain, project participants come from all over the world. The number of people donating their desktop resources for scientific computing has risen steadily, and is currently at about 20,000.

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