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grub.org

Grub, Inc. authors a distributed computing client utilizing P2P technology. The initial client applicationis a distributed web crawler. The distributed crawler network will have the capacity to index, on a daily basis, every web page residing on the Internet. The index will be kept in a centralized database, on Grub's servers.

Date Listed: 11/20/2000

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