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Author Bio:Michael Jeronimo has been a developer for 14 years and is currently a software architect at Intel Corporation. Michael is at the forefront of advancing the PC in the home of the future and has been active in evangelizing the UPnP standard, including a role in the Remote I/O working committee in the UPnP Forum. His product expertise includes compilers, security, networking, software architecture, design patterns and human-computer interaction. Michael has four patents pending for Intel and has been actively involved in standards development with groups such as DMTF, IETF and the UPnP Forum. Jack Weast is a senior software engineer at Intel Corporation and leads the development of UPnP-based devices for media distribution within the "Digital Home." Jack's work has ranged from solving laptop power management and mobility issues to developing Bluetooth and Intel Xscale-based embedded Linux devices. As a developer involved with emerging technologies that extend the PC's role in the home, Jack has spoken at a variety of events, including the Intel Developer Forum.