- Going Global with 11 languages

I am happy to announce that Meshcentral is going global with the web site launching in a total of 11 languages. It’s always been the goal of Meshcentral to be a universal cloud management web site that cuts across devices, operating systems, architectures and form factors, highlighting and utilizing Intel unique features when available. Now, we also cut across languages. Supported languages are: English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese (China), Chinese (Taiwan).

If your browser is set with your correct language preference, will automatically show up in the most preferred language that is supported. The translations have been done using a combination of machine and human translations systems. Since I personally only speak English and French, we are looking for feedback and corrections. This is just a start, we will continue to improve the quality of the internalization and localizations moving forward.

Meshcentral makes it easier than ever to make use of Intel technologies and Internalization of Meshcentral is an important step to bring Intel unique usages, technologies and value to a global audience. Early next week, all 11 languages will be pushed out to all other instances of Meshcentral (Amazon AWS and self-hosted servers).

Questions and feedback appreciated,
Ylian Saint-Hilaire is going global with an impressive set of language support.

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Ylian S. (Intel)'s picture

Meshcentral will certainly support the next generation Galileo board. I would not be surprised if the currently compiled Mesh Agent also works on the new board, but I will be doing some testing as soon as I get one to make sure it works well. Thanks for the links, I had not seen them before. I was told the board is a bit bigger, so I will have to re-design my Galileo Tower part.

Stewart C. (Intel)'s picture

Will this version of Mesh Central work with the upcoming Gen 2 Galileo boards, or will there be an update.  FYI Gen2 Product Brief and release notes are on Intel's maker site at

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