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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