Meshcentral.com - News update

Hi everyone. First, for people in the US, happy long weekend! I just wanted to give an update on what is going on with Meshcentral.com. Here is a lot of interest in the technology and so, I have been busy fixing and improving all sorts of things, most of the focus is on the server side and underlying peer-to-peer routing. But I got two fun things to report:

Intel Remote Wake.As annonced previously, Meshcentral supports Intel Remote Wake, this is a technology that allows users to wake up sleeping computers on the Internet. It's like an internet version of wake-on-lan. I have been improving the was I handle this feature on Intel based platforms in the last two weeks, with some more fixes coming soon. Motherboards with Intel Remote Wake are starting to be avaialble, one user pointed me to the ASRock web site where they show their users how to use Meshcentral.com to wakeup their PC remotely including from a cellphone.

Intel Developer Forum. This year Intel IDF is in San Francisco September 10 to 12th and I will be a speaker at a lab. I am just about to start working on the content that will focus on how to connect Intel Platforms to the cloud. What makes me excited about this presentation is the there are plenty of platform and processor features (Intel AMT, Intel Remote Wake, AES-NI, RANDRD, Wake-on-LAN, TPM) that can be used to connect platforms to the cloud. Since Meshcentral uses all of these, I will be able to help understand what all of these can do and how build them into your product.

Ok, that is it for now. Hope to see many of you at IDF!
Ylian
meshcentral.com

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JudLup Luna's picture

Hi Ylian, I'm trying to learn socket web, but i don't been able to make one, could you help me?

JudLup Luna
ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel)'s picture

Hi. Since Microsoft IIS8 and .NET 4.5 now supports web sockets, there is plenty of documentation on how to do it. This is what I use. Also, if you go in Meshcentral.com and look at the source for the web pages, you will find Meshcentral.js, which is my own library. Supports both web sockets and HTTP emulation. Hope it helps. Ylian