Xiaomi 11 Become BOINC Official Certified Mobile Computing Terminal

Xiaomi 11 Become BOINC Certified

Xiaomi 11 Become BOINC Certified

Today Xiaomi will unveil the first Snapdragon 888 powered phone in China. During the various promotional warm-up, Xiaomi unveiled many attractive features of Xiaomi including, Computational Photography, Night Photography, Harman Kardon Sound, etc. Today, just a few hours before launch Xiaomi stated that Xiaomi 11 Become BOINC Official Certified Mobile Computing Terminal.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 equipped with Snapdragon 888 has very fast computing power and will become the official BOINC certified mobile computing terminal.

Dr. David, scientist at UC Berkeley Space Science Laboratory, founder of BOINC.

BOINC, one of the world’s largest distributed computing platforms, can pool the idle computing power of users’ devices around the world to perform calculations for scientific research projects such as new coronavirus research, gravitational waves, and the search for extraterrestrial civilizations. This cooperation means: every Xiaomi 11 user can voluntarily use the powerful Snapdragon 888 processor to change the world with the power of technology together with BOINC.

Xiaomi 11 BOINC Certification | Dr. David, Explaining

According to Wikipedia, the BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is an open-source middleware system for volunteer computing and grid computing. Originally developed to support the SETI@home project, it became generalized as a platform for other distributed applications in areas as diverse as mathematics, linguistics, medicine, molecular biology, climatology, environmental science, and astrophysics, among others. BOINC aims to enable researchers to tap into the enormous processing resources of multiple personal computers around the world.

BOINC code runs on various operating systems, including Microsoft Windows, macOS, Android, Linux, and FreeBSD. BOINC is free software released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).

A BOINC app also exists for Android, allowing every person owning an Android device – smartphone, tablet, and Kindle – to share their unused computing power. The user is allowed to select the research projects they want to support if it is in the app’s available project list.

Source 1, Source 2

Exit mobile version