[erlang-questions] trouble with erlang or erlang is a ghetto
Wed Jul 27 16:27:17 CEST 2011
On 27 Jul 2011, at 15:11, Dmitrii Dimandt wrote:
>> Are you referring to this announcement?
> Oh wow. Congrats to Erlang Solutions!
Congrats to Erlang in general! This is a major infusion of research money on two fronts: low-level multicore performance, and high-level SMP and large-cluster performance.
Ericsson is a key player in the RELEASE project, as is Kostis, with one leg in Uppsala and one in Athens. University of Kent continues its erlang-related research and Heriot-Watt University picks it up again after a hiatus. ;-)
Another important commercial player is EDF, adding both expertise and case studies on massively scaled discrete-time simulations. One ESL angle will be using Moebius to enable capability-based orchestration and testing of large heterogeneous clusters.
The two projects also have great collaboration potential, partly due to the common Erlang ingredient, but also due to good ties between Heriot-Watt, Kent and S:t Andrews.
Here is a factsheet for the RELEASE project:
No corresponding factsheed for Paraphrase, I'm afraid. More detailed announcements will follow.
Ulf Wiger, CTO, Erlang Solutions, Ltd.
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