Plura Processing has developed a new and innovative technology for distributed computing. Our patent-pending technology can be embedded in any webpage. Visitors to these webpages become nodes and perform very small computations for the application running on our distributed computing network.
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Traditional Distributed Computing vs. Plura Processing
Our technology overcomes several of the barriers faced by traditional distributed computing. The chart below shows several key differences between the two.
|No software downloading required|
|No installation required|
|Uses minimal client resources|
|Is completely secure|
Because of these differences, distributed computing through Plura Processing is much more powerful than traditional methods. Consider that a moderately popular website has over 500,000 visitors each month. If such a site contains Plura technology, each of those 500,000 visitors becomes a client and contributes to the computationally-intensive applications using Plura Processing. As you can probably guess, that’s a lot of computing power!
Does not require downloading or installation of client software
Plura’s technology does not require a client computer to download any additional software. Our technology can be embedded in an existing application or website.
Uses minimal client resources
Our technology is designed to avoid affecting the user’s experience on each client machine. Each client only works on a single small, lightweight task at any given time, typically while the computer is idle. A person using an application embedded with Plura technology will not experience any noticeable effect on their computer.
Is completely secure
Our technology is entirely secure and cannot access any part of a client’s computer. No personal information is accessed or recorded. It is not possible for our technology to compromise a user's computer.