The Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC), an open-source middleware system, supports volunteer 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 development originated with a team based at the Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) at the University of California, Berkeley and led by David Anderson, who also leads SETI@home. As a high-performance distributed computing platform, BOINC brings together about 311,742 active participants and 834,343 active computers (hosts) worldwide processing on average 11.747 PetaFLOPS as of 24 March 2016. Guinness World Records ranks BOINC as the largest computing grid in the world.


NCODED is a Private, Not for profit, UK Organisation committed to processing data for BOINC Research Projects that directly, or indirectly save lives. We currently process data for a number of Worldwide Academic and Private Research projects in the fields of Science, Medicine, Biology, Mathematics, Physics, Computing, and Technology.

  • ClimatePrediction (University of Oxford, UK)
  • GPUGrid (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona Spain)
  • Asteroids@Home (Charles University, Praque Czech)
  • Rosetta@Home (University of Washington et al, US)
  • World Community Grid (IBM and International Universities)
  • SETI@Home (University of Califonia, Berkeley US)
  • Einstein@Home (University of Wisconsion, Milwaukee US)
  • Collatz Conjecture (Illinois, US)
  • PrimeGrid (International)

Our current data cluster consisters mainly of over 150 Logical Xeon Cores, as well as multiple High end GPU's.