Millions of people worldwide are affected by cancer, diabetes and other diseases. You don’t have to be a scientist to help find a cure.
The Intel Philanthropic Peer-to-Peer Program combats life-threatening illnesses by linking millions of PCs like yours into one of the most powerful computing resources in the world. This “virtual supercomputer” uses peer-to-peer technology to make unprecedented amounts of processing power available to medical researchers, thus accelerating the development of treatments and drugs with the potential to cure diseases.
You can take part in this ground-breaking Internet-based project by lending your PC’s unused resources to the greater good. There’s no cost to download and run the program, and no noticeable impact on your computer’s performance, because the medical research programs take advantage only of processing power you’re not using.