How to make your server part of a rendering grid
YellowDog has an application that it can place on a business' server and then connect to it from one of its control consoles. Through the app, it can tap into its un-utilized compute cycles. It pays a business for those cycles, giving enterprises a way to make some cash on those computers they use a fractiuon of the time but keep running 24X7. But as noted above, this application is only in use at a managed service provider in the Southwest, and Williams wasn't clear on when YellowDog might look to extend the purchase program.