JCommerce is sharing the computing power of its servers with Stanford University to support research into SARS-CoV-2. 

JCommerce has joined a project supporting scientists who are studying the behavior and properties of the proteins of the SARS-Cov-2 virus. The goal is to find an effective treatment. The Folding@home project is a crowd-sourcing initiative of Stanford University, using the computing power of external computers. High-level computing power is required to carry out research on the virus, and thanks to sharing the power of our servers as part of the Folding@home project, we are contributing to expediting the work on the medicine.

In addition to that, every JCommerce employee can make an individual contribution to the project and have a real impact on the fight against coronavirus. We encourage you to share the computing power of your machines – all you need to do is visit the project website, download and install the software. It works only when you’re connected to the internet, and the user decides to what extent the program affects the functioning of the computer.

At JCommerce, we not only #stayhome, but we also support this campaign and invite other companies to do the same. Learn more about the project:

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