Expedited Passports and Visas Helps Support Zika and Ebola Research through Computing Resources

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Expedited Passports & Visas, a nationwide passport expediting service, is donating spare computing resources to help find cures for Zika and Ebola.

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Donating our spare computing resources for such great causes as World Community grid is a no-brainer, it’s all about helping to solve highly complex and computing intensive problems that need to be solved to provide a better future for everyone

Locally owned passport expediting company, Expedited Passports and Visas, helps Zika and Ebola research through its computing resources. Contributions generated from EPV’s unprocessed computing resources are helping through World Community Grid, which help scientists and their labs who cannot afford large-scale computing to facilitate their research efforts. World Community Grid uses computer’s spare idle time of Internet- connected computers to perform research calculations. The computers donating their resources from EPV have been running for only several weeks but has already surpassed 11,000 hours of computer processing time.

CEO and Co-Founder of EPV, Scott Averbach, has been participating in World Community Grid for over 9 years; his donated computing time consists of more than 118,000 computing hours that have gone towards advanced medical and scientific research. Volunteer computing resources has helped EPV in an international humanitarian realm. While they help their customers make it to their destinations for travel with expedited passports and travel visa services, they are also helping national and international scientists and teams make strides in their research.

“Donating our spare computing resources for such great causes as World Community Grid is a no-brainer, it’s all about helping to solve highly complex and computing intensive problems that need to be solved to provide a better future for everyone. As a company, we specifically chose to support both the OpenZika and Outsmart Ebola Projects Together projects because of the impact these illnesses have on the travel industry,” said Scott Averbach when he recently gave an Internal update about the status of the companies’ computing efforts thus far.

About Expedited Passports and Visas
Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, Expedited Passports and Visas started their company on the premise that they can eliminate the time and hassle associated with getting a new passport or travel visa. From the moment they started, they have dedicated their company and staff to providing U.S. citizens with all their travel documents in as little as 24 hours. EPV has processing centers located in: Washington, D.C., Houston, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle. Expedited Passports and Visas is considered an innovator and leader in travel documents. Expedited Passports & Visas is a private company and is not associated with the U.S. government. More than 10,000 customers who have turned to Expedited Passports & Visas for help getting a passport quickly over the past two years

To find out more about Expedited Passports and Visas, visit https://expeditedpassportsandvisas.com/

To find out more about World Community Grid, visit https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Nina Gonzalez at 800-545-2188 ext 407 or email at nina(at)expeditedpassportsandvisas(dot)com
Nina Gonzalez
Expedited Passports and Visas
5301 N. Federal Hwy, suite 140
Boca Raton, FL. 33487
800-545-2188 ext 407
nina(at)expeditedpassportsandvisas(dot)com

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