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December 15th, 2003
The ChessBrain project, Newbury Park, California USA, December 15th, 2003
The ChessBrain project announced today that EHPG Networks will continue to host the primary ChessBrain SuperNode server during ChessBrain's world record attempt which is scheduled to take place on January 30th, 2004 at the NordU USENIX 2004 Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
“800 Pound Gorilla is pleased to provide the network infrastructure for ChessBrain to achieve a new world record and make computing history. We also stand firm in our ongoing commitment to Chessbrain’s chess and distributed computing enthusiasts, that they will have a home on the internet with 800 Pound Gorilla.”, said Michelle Roy, President, 800 Pound Gorilla.
"EHPG has hosted ChessBrain's primary servers for well over a year and has provided exceptional service, support and reliability. We're delighted that EHPG has agreed to continue to host ChessBrain during our World Record attempt.", said Project Founder, Carlos Justiniano
ChessBrain has become the first distributed computing network to play online chess. The ChessBrain project is a non-profit Internet experiment
founded in January 2002, and supported by hundreds of individuals from over fifty different countries.
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ChessBrain is co-developed by Carlos Justiniano (USA) and Colin Frayn (UK) with the support of thousands of individuals throughout the world. If you need to contact the authors directly you may use the contact information below. All other questions and comments should be directed to: