Sun, 09 Jul 2006 23:49:45 GMT
This is the home page of IBM’s World Community Grid.
The Central Ranges Local Learning and Employment Network received confirmation last week from Robin Willner, Vice President of Global Community Initiatives for IBM Corporation, New York, that the Central Ranges Local Learning and Employment Network had become an official World Community Grid partner.
The World Community Grid web site is displaying our Logo as one of the five newest partners.
What is World Community Grid?
World Community Grid’s mission is to create the largest public computing grid benefiting humanity. The work is built on the belief that technological innovation combined with visionary scientific research and large-scale volunteerism can change the world for the better.
Our success depends on individuals – like you – collectively contributing their unused computer time to this not-for-profit endeavor.
The Central Ranges LLEN wants to use this as a demonstration project for all its members and has allowed us to develop a constructive relationship with IBM as a community/business partner.
Like a screen saver, grid technology is easy to use, safe and free.
For all the details and a chance to win a great prize, please point your web browser to:
World Community Grid, the name and logo, are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the U.S., other countries, or both, and are used under license.