Jingle Nodes is a relay auto-discovery service that provides Jingle Relay Type Candidates that can be used in ICE-UDP and also on RAW-UDP Jingle sessions. Relay candidates can provide NAT traversal for users who don't have STUN/TURN Support, but also for users with STUN/TURN support for whom negotiation failed. It is designed to allow you to communicate freely with your friends without being attached to closed service providers like Skype or telecommunications carriers.
teeterl is a lean, portable implementation of Erlang. teeterl starts from a single executable file without any additional harness. teeterl is built using Apache Portable Runtime, a library tested on dozens of OSes and their flavors. teeterl borrows from industry-standard Erlang/OTP, especially when it comes to compiler front-end. teeterl provides the concurrency power of Erlang without any telecom cruft.
erlswf provides erlang modules for SWF disassembly and analysis with particular emphasis on security issues. Features include SWF decomposition, actionscript 2 bytecode disassembly, actionscript 3 bytecode (ABC) disassembly, and filtering for predefined conditions such as tag occurrence.
open-cgf provides a 3GPP-compliant charging gateway function (CGF) as a sink for SGSN, GGSN, and other streamed CDRs on the 3GPP Ga/Gz interface using GTP' (GTP prime). Refer to 3GPP 32.295. These are common packet-switched data elements of GSM/UMTS mobile telephone networks. It aims to supply a telco-grade solution to this common, albeit very specialized, need. It does not decode the ASN.1 CDRs, but simply and reliably writes them to disk for later processing.
The 3Gdb Home Subscriber Server implements the HSS network element within an IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) core network (CN). An IMS CN is a collection of SIP proxies, registrars, and servers used for the provision of services in a 3GPP all-IP mobile network. The HSS provides a centralized data base for subscriber records and generates authentication vectors.
YXA is a SIP stack and a set of SIP server applications written in Erlang/OTP. The SIP stack is RFC3261 compliant. Among the features implemented are SIP registrar, SIP router, forking, CPL, IPv6, TLS, ENUM, PSTN gateway access control and modular user database backends. The main goal of the project is to create a robust SIP server platform that can scale to tens of thousands of users, be interoperable through standards compliance, and still have short time-to-market for new features due to the use of a high level language.