Xiaomi’s annual flagship Xiaomi Mi 11 was officially released today. Before the release, Xiaomi officially announced some interesting news. It turns out that our protagonist has become the official BOINC certified mobile computing terminal!
BOINC is one of the world’s largest distributed computing platforms. In this case, it can concentrate the idle computing power of users around the world for scientific research projects such as new coronavirus research, gravitational waves, and finding extraterrestrial civilization.
This cooperation means that every Xiaomi Mi 11 user can voluntarily use the powerful Snapdragon 888 processor. Moreover, together with BOINC, they can use the power of technology to change the world.
In response, Lei Jun forwarded a congratulatory video from UC Berkeley Space Science Laboratory scientist and BOINC founder Dr. David. He said that BOINC is a program that allows you to use your smartphone or computer to help scientific research. So, the Xiaomi Mi 11 will become the official BOINC certified smartphone. According to the mobile computing terminal, the Xiaomi Mi 11 sporting Snapdragon 888 has amazing computing power. It can quickly calculate tasks and provide help for promoting scientific research in the global field.
In addition, according to data, BOINC’s full name is Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is one of the mainstream computing platforms, a distributed computing system developed by the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley.
Actually, it is designed to be used in the SETI@home project, but it has gradually been widely used in other fields including mathematics, medicine, astronomy, and meteorology. Personal computers and mobile phones sporting BOINC software will perform calculations when they are idle, providing idle computing power for scientific research projects.