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Erlang was designed with the aim of improving the development of telephony applications.
One group within Ericsson estimated that it would need to be 40 times faster in order to be suitable for production use.In 1992 work began on the BEAM virtual machine which compiles Erlang to C using a mix of natively compiled code and threaded code to strike a balance between performance and disk space.According to Armstrong, the language went from lab product to real applications following the collapse of the next-generation AXE exchange named AXE-N in 1995.As a result, Erlang was chosen for the next ATM exchange AXD.Shortly thereafter, Ericsson Radio Systems banned the in-house use of Erlang for new products, citing a preference for non-proprietary languages.The ban caused Armstrong and others to leave Ericsson.
If somebody came to me and wanted to pay me a lot of money to build a large scale message handling system that really had to be up all the time, could never afford to go down for years at a time, I would unhesitatingly choose Erlang to build it in.
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) is a general-purpose, concurrent, functional programming language. The sequential subset of Erlang supports eager evaluation, single assignment, and dynamic typing.
Erlang is known for its designs that are well suited for systems with the following characteristics: but was released as open source in 1998.
Erlang, along with OTP, a collection of middleware and libraries in Erlang, are now supported and maintained by the OTP product unit at Ericsson and have been widely referred to as Erlang/OTP.
The name "Erlang", attributed to Bjarne Däcker, has been presumed by those working on the telephony switches (for whom the language was designed) to be a reference to Danish mathematician and engineer Agner Krarup Erlang or the ubiquitous use of the unit named for him, and (initially at least) simultaneously as a syllabic abbreviation of "Ericsson Language".