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[email protected] embraces PS3 | PS3Blog.net

Wanna do some protein folding on the PS3?

THE DISTRIBUTED computing network designed to study protein folding and protein folding disease, [email protected], has announced plans to launch a service on the upcoming Sony Playstation 3.

Via the Playstation 3’s Cell processor, [email protected] expects to achieve performance of around 100 gigaflops per console, whilst reaching the petaflop level with around 10,000 consoles working in conjunction. The project is currently named ‘[email protected]’.

Cool, huh?

[email protected] embraces Playstation 3
PlayStation 3 to join [email protected] for [email protected]

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  1. IGN also says that you’ll be able to watch a 3D graphic of these things as calcuations are being made. Neat. Oh.

  2. So it’s good for your health? Sounds good to me.

    My head still hurts from reading the article though.

  3. There was a video online somewhere as well. I like the idea. And if the graphics were any indication the PS3 has some power.

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