Integrating Xgrid into Cocoa Applications, Part 1
"Xgrid was unveiled by Apple at the last Macworld to almost negligible fanfare. Admittedly it is still in an early stage of development, but the silence from Apple was almost deafening for a technology that may well prove to be one of the most significant in years. Yes, you read right, Xgrid may well be as big a revolution as the iMac was for home computing, and iMovie was for home movies.
Xgrid is software for distributing computation. A computer with Xgrid installed can send computational tasks to other Xgrid-enabled computers, and receive the results back upon completion."
(Submitted by Noel Sat May 15, 2004 )
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