Intel® Common Connectivity Framework (Intel® CCF) is a framework designed to simplify the peer-to-peer connection between users on different devices. It works across modern operating systems (Windows*/Android/iOS*) with smart management for all wired or wireless transport layers (Ethernet*, Wi-Fi*, Bluetooth*, Wi-Fi-Direct*, etc.). All network transport layers under the application level are made transparent to developers, so developers can focus on the user interface and software experience design.
A few months back I had the really great privilege to be invited as a speaker to HP Discover 2011 to chat about Intel vPro and how to connect it to social networks using peer-to-peer technologies. The conference was in Las Vegas at the venetian hotel and last week I went and had a wonderful time. I gave two hands-on labs, 2 hours each. HP went thru a lot of trouble to equip the lab with 48 Intel vPro laptops for people to get real life experience with the technologies.
Minutes ago, I updated Meshcentral.com with a new Microsoft Windows command tool that allows administrators to perform management commands on remote meshed computers, commands like sleep, wake, hibernate and push and pull files from and to remote computers. You can also list meshes and mesh nodes from your account.