At the beginning of the millenium, UC Berkeley’s Space Sciences Lab recieved a stack of tapes from the Aricebo Radio Observatory (retired) in Puerto Rico.  The amount of data was vast.

The crew created a loose computing network package to divide the work into little tasks to be run on home computers. For fun, they added points, teams and acievements and in 1999 BOINC was born – Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing.

That was 20 years ago, and since then BOINC hass grown into a vast network of grids, projects, message boards, stats sites, contests and more.

Over 5 million accounts, we rank one of the top Supercomputers in the world.

Boinc.link is a Directory of Volunteer Computing.

The site is operated by Ed Moran, admin@boinc.link

I hope you enjoy your stay!