Sony Computer Entertainment today announced that Stanford University's [email protected] project has reached one million PS3 registered users. Prior to the inclusion of PS3 in March 2007, the [email protected] project leveraged the distributed computing power of personal computers from around the world. Sony has claimed that now a network of roughly 10,000 PS3s can accomplish the same amount of work as a network of 100,000 PCs. In September 16, 2007, [email protected] was recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's most powerful distributed computing network. For more information, check out the official site.
[email protected]: One Million PS3 Users Now Registered
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