Could take a few years... but it's worth a shot, given the amount of PSP users, right?Mithral Client-Server
Software Development Kit
The Mithral Client Server Software Development Kit allows developers to quickly and easily write large scale client-server applications including "distributed computing" and "GRID" types. Examples of what this will allow you to build with this technology are distributed.net, SETI@Home, Napster, Gnutella, and hundreds of other applications. The example code is an instance of an application that hands out work for the clients to do, then collects the results.
One primary use for the CS-SDK is for a company or research lab who has large amounts of computation to do. This allows you to network the systems you have behind your firewall to get real work done quickly and securely.
The kit should allow a first-year programmer to take an application and make it into a client-server application in a weekend. Naturally, if your application doesn't already exist, then you have a few months of project design and development ahead of you. Also, if your application was not written to be portable then you will have additional work to do integrating the Cosm CPU/OS layer with your application to make it portable.
So if the equivalent of 45998 2 GHZ AMD Athlon XP machines can crack RC5-64 (that was their peak rate), what can we do with the amount of PSP users? Especially since most new computers are at least 1.9ghz...Originally Posted by www.distributed.net