ViRGE

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Team AnandTech surpasses its infamous enemies, the Dutch Power Cows, to become #1 at the Muon1 Distributed Particle Accelerator Design (DPAD) competition in October of 2008.
 

Smoke

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I took care of the in order sequence for ya. ;)

Happy Holidays to everyone. :)
 

Rattledagger

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After years of development, SETI@home finally releases the Astropulse-application.

World Community Grid drops the old UD-agent, switches fully to BOINC.

Nvidia with their CUDA is released, with atleast 3 different projects to choose from: Folding@Home, GPUGRID.net and SETI@home.

 

Rattledagger

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Originally posted by: Assimilator1
I thought Astro-pulse came out a few years ago?
No, while Astropulse was the application being used during the initial BOINC "beta"-testing, after SETI@home was added to the testing, the graduate-student that should do the coding and so on for Astropulse left, deciding he was more interested in other things. This was sometime in late 2003.

Until got another graduate-student, Astropulse wasn't being developed. Don't remember if it was in 2007 development of Astropulse finally started-up again, with 1st. some months of setting-into the code, and fixing various bugs, until beta-testing started up again.

Astropulse wasn't released before July 2008.