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CPUShare is a research project created by Andrea Arcangeli with the goal of connecting together the computers of the Internet in order to create a general purpose Low Cost and World Wide Supercomputer available to everybody to use in a matter of minutes, controlled by a market for the CPU resources that chooses the price of the CPU resources using the supply and demand law in real time.

CPUShare allows the home users to profit from the significant power of their hardware that otherwise would be wasted every day.

CPUShare is the first technology that can recycle CPU cycles over the Internet without requiring donations (in terms of electric energy and aging of the CPU) from the home users.

CPUShare might give a NTCO (Negative Total Cost of Ownership) to all the Operative Systems that supports it.

Using the CPUCoins (the CPUCoins are a virtual credit, like in a video game), CPUShare can be optionally used as an energy
Interface: Command Line
Associated Programs
cpp GNU C preprocessor (cpp)
GNU C Compiler GNU C compiler
Python interactive high-level object-oriented language (default version)
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit 64-bit
stable 0.48-4 0.48-4

Ubuntu 32-bit 64-bit
precise 0.48-4 0.48-4
saucy 0.48-4 0.48-4

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