Carbon Project Demonstrates World’s First P2P Framework for Location Content at Microsoft Conference

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This week at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Boston, The Carbon Project demonstrated the world’s first peer-to-peer (P2P) framework for sharing and finding location-based information and connecting directly with friends and neighbors. The ((Echo))MyPlace™ demonstration highlighted how conference attendees can use a local P2P digital community to share location-based content across the exhibition floor of the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.

This week at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Boston, The Carbon Project demonstrated the world’s first peer-to-peer (P2P) framework for sharing and finding location-based information and connecting directly with friends and neighbors.

The ((Echo))MyPlace™ demonstration highlighted how conference attendees can use a local P2P digital community to share location-based content across the exhibition floor of the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. With this P2P network attendees easily created customized location-based notes about their local neighborhood and then shared their messages or experiences using CarbonCloud™.

“CarbonCloud uses P2P technology to enable connections directly between users’ computers so they can instantly share location content in a safe and secure environment. With CarbonCloud and our easy-to-use ((Echo))MyPlace application you can create your own CarbonCloud neighborhoods, then instantly share your notes, digital photos and maps with others through your own distributed network. There is no server or web-site involved; the connected computers is all it takes!” said Nuke Goldstein, CTO and COO of The Carbon Project.

((Echo))MyPlace and CarbonCloud are powered by CarbonTools PRO, a software development toolkit that enhances the Microsoft .NET framework to support advanced location content handling and sharing. CarbonTools is scheduled for release in mid 2006. For more information on ((Echo))MyPlace please visit http://www.echomyplace.com or contact info@thecarbonproject.com for information on joining the CarbonTools PRO Early Adopter Program.

About The Carbon Project

The Carbon Project is a Microsoft Certified Partner that pioneers innovative geospatial solutions and makes location-based information accessible and usable to everyone, everywhere. The Carbon Project’s flagship product, CarbonTools is a software development toolkit that enhances the Microsoft .NET framework to support advance location content handling and sharing. Our revolutionary CarbonCloud peer-to-peer (P2P) framework is the world’s first P2P framework for sharing location content.

CarbonTools, The Carbon Project, CarbonCloud and ((Echo))MyPlace are trademarks of Carbon Project, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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