Cell Computing

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Cell Computing is a now-defunct distributed computing project that was operated by NTT Data to perform biomedical research.

It used the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) platform, however it was initially launched using the United Devices Grid MP platform in 2002.[1]

The project ended in 2008 due to lack of popularity.


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