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Telefonica offers 107 servers to help fight coronavirus

Wednesday 3 June 2020 | 15:07 CET | News
Telefonica announced that it's made available the processing power of 107 of its servers to a project run by at Washington University in St. Louis aiming to speed up research into treatments for the coronavirus (Covid-19). The project called Folding@home is designed to help scientists develop new therapeutics to a variety of diseases and is reliant on simulations run on the personal computers of volunteers the world over.

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