The Support WebCast: Microsoft Windows Peer-to-Peer Platform page contains:
This Support WebCast will talk about Microsoft Windows Peer-to-Peer Networking, an operating system component that makes it possible for developers to create new peer-to-peer (P2P) programs for computers that are running Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 1 and later. The session will discuss how P2P applications can use powerful, leading edge personal computers to create exciting, distributed experiences. It will also talk about how P2P networking can also help make existing programs work together in new and useful ways.
This is a Level 200 session that will be presented by Ravi Rao. Ravi Rao joined Microsoft three and one-half years ago, and is currently a Program Manager on the Peer Networking team. He has been closely involved in creating the platform right from its inception, and before that also worked on creating the Universal Plug and Play platform at Microsoft. Ravi did his graduate studies at Michigan State specializing in distributed computing and reliable multicasting.