CPUsage was proud to be featured in the Portland Business Journal today. We were interviewed by Matthew Kish who wrote a fantastic story. Thanks to Ken Westin and Nitin Khanna for contributing the kind words and encouragement.
From the story:
CPUsage pools the unused horsepower of idle computers and puts it in the hands of those who need it, such as medical researchers and software programmers. Government and academic researchers at places like NASA and Stanford have been cloud computing for more than a decade.
Martens put a business and consumer spin on it. While other cloud computing companies lease out their own unused server space, Martens pays law firms, universities and other organizations to get access to their unused computers.
The full story is available here, but unfortunately you need a paid subscription to see more than the first couple paragraphs. Will post a picture soon.