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History Makers

Conduit has changed the face of computers. Ryan Robinson created Conduit in 2017 as a sophomore at MIT after being inspired by the Cryptocurrency Revolution and the Human Genome Project. Studying under Eric Lander, the Father of the Human Genome Project, Ryan Robinson saw the need for levels of computing power the world had never seen before in order to create cheaper drugs, predict natural disasters, and even design quantum computers. Since 2017, Conduit has been featured in MIT News, American Inno, and Forbes under 30. Conduit has made history repeatedly as the world's largest computing network. Conduit has even designed a new type of computer network called "Collective Computing" that is able to do work that takes 2 weeks in one hour. And in the process Conduit has become one of the most diverse tech companies in the world.

"Technology begins and ends at our common humanity"

Ryan Robinson

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The Possibilities Are Endless

At Conduit, we value solving problems. We have crafted our collective computing software to be simple and easy to use but also to be powerful and efficient. Our platform gives users what they want - convenience without a headache. Using Conduit, users can speed up their calculations 100x or more. In addition to that, Conduit is continually building upon its technology, so stay in touch to learn about upgrades and other changes. For a free demo, contact us today.


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