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From: Edwin Young <edyoung@m...>
Subject: RE: Interpreter vs hardware threads
From: William Chesters []
> Judging by Max's .sig he's doing embedded telecoms boxes,
> something like a GSM HLR which juggles many thousands of concurrent
> transactions in some ghastly protocol or other.

If that's the case, perhaps he should investigate Erlang. Since it was
designed by Ericsson specifically for embedded telephony apps, it would seem
an ideal fit. It does indeed support thousands of concurrent threads
(internal to the interpreter rather than OS-based).


Edwin Young