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Meshcentral & Commander at IDF2015

A quick note to say that my team has excellent representation & location at IDF this year. If you are at IDF and want to know what we are doing with platform manageability, Intel® AMT or many other technologies our group is working on, please stop by. We are located on the 2th floor on top of the escalators. Not only are the technologies being shown, but often times the people that work on this technology day-to-day are also present making it a fun and interesting experience.

Meshcentral - Now with integrated Manageabiltiy Commander Web Edition

The new Manageability Commander code base offers many benefits. For example, the hardware KVM feature in Meshcentral used to not support compression, and so, was very slow. The new viewer supports full ZRLE8 and ZRLE16 tile compression allowing for much better KVM performance over the Internet. All of the WSMAN/KVM/SOL smarts is built in JavaScript and runs in the browser, greatly simplifying the server that focuses on connection relay. Administrators can now manage Intel AMT user accounts, event log and more… as Manageability Commander evolves, new versions of the code will be integrated into Meshcentral, so the console will get better over time.

Meshcentral - Sprinxle Cloud

Sprinxle is a company based in California that offers Intel AMT management solution and services. Recently, they added Sprinxle Cloud to their product line up. Sprinxle Cloud is a commercially supported version of Meshcentral. Late last year, they started taking the open source software and making the proper changes to it so they could offer it as a supported product. They offer e-mail and phone support along with many other services.

Meshcentral - Live Stats, WebRTC update, Node.JS...

It’s been a busy week for the Mesh team with Rick Edgecombe releasing software and taking care of important customers, Bryan Roe working on Intel’s very own WebRTC stack, Kevin Wang making his first software release and ramping up on Mesh Communicator. This week, we have a bunch of new releases:

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