Wed Nov 27 11:48:28 CET 2002
In collaboration with David King at Motorola UK Research Labs Jan Nystrom, and
I are starting a 3-year project to evaluate Erlang for Motorola's distributed
telecommunications applications. The project has commercial and scientific
objectives, and may even produce Motorola's first Erlang software product.
More details at
On Tue, 26 Nov 2002 09:44:25 +0100 Matthias Lang <> wrote:
> Hakan Millroth writes:
> > Does anyone have a list of companies using Erlang for product/service
> > development?
> I'd like to put in a 'me too'. The FAQ currently lists only
> - Ericsson
> - Bluetail/Alteon/Nortel (I should probably split this or stop
> referring to Bluetail altogether. Clues from Bluetail appreciated.)
> - Telia
> - Eddie (Is this project still alive? Should I be calling it Lodbroker?)
> - T-Mobil[e]
> - Corelatus
> as Erlang users with commercial intent. I wrote "if you want to be
> listed here, mail me" under the list. Maybe that's not inviting
> enough. The intent is to avoid pissing off people who, for one reason
> or another, don't want to be listed.
> Digging through conference presentations, I can come up with at least
> another 10 (Lucent, Vail, Sendmail, Synapse, Cellpoint, Mobilearts,
> Motivity, Creado, Snookles Music, Blue position) who appear to be
> using it for products. So, can I add you to the list?
> There must be more still; surely the mailing list isn't populated
> entirely by enthusiasts.
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