wcswizard is a plug-in for IBM Rational Application Developer which contains a wizard that creates the skeleton projects that make up a server-side collaborative component for IBM Workplace Collaboration Services. The wizard provides developers with a skeleton Workplace component which can be immediately deployed to a server.
HooDaHek (hoo-dah-hek, as in 'who-the-heck?') is a collection of Asterisk AGI scripts, CGI scripts, and MySQL tables intended to implement your own in-house caller ID database and notification services. It makes it possible for a phone system to identify who is calling, to modify and specify your own custom caller ID labels, and to have the phone system alert users via AOL Instant Messenger or MSN Messenger about who is calling or had called.
The Novell Linux Kernel Debugger (NLKD) is a kernel debugger for Linux. NLKD provides an architecture for supporting a robust debugging experience and debug agents supporting local and remote debugging. NLKD's Console Debug Agent (CDA) supports on-box kernel debugging and is extremely rich in functionality and easy to use. The Remote Debug Agent (RDA) supports remote source level debugging via gdbtransport to your favorite gdb based client.
EchoServer is a packet relay server that connects echoWare enabled applications together across the Internet, regardless of intervening firewalls or NAT routers. Current echoWare-enabled applications include Kaboodle, a LAN management and LAN-to-LAN connectivity tool for Windows, and EchoVNC, an implementation of VNC that doesn't require port forwarding to work through NAT routers and firewalls.
Mobicents is a professional VoIP middleware platform. Mobicents is a JAIN SLEE 1.0 Certified product which brings to telecom application developers what J2EE brings to Web and enterprise application developers. In the scope of telecom Next Generation Intelligent Networks (NGIN), Mobicents fits in as a high-performance core engine for Service Delivery Platforms (SDP) and IP Multimedia SubSystems (IMS). Mobicents enables the composition of Service Building Blocks (SBB) such as call control, billing, user provisioning, administration, and presence sensitive features.