Erlang solves one of the most pressing problems facing developers today: how to write reliable, concurrent, high-performance systems.
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It's used worldwide by companies who need to produce reliable, efficient, and scalable applications.
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Moore's Law is the observation that the amount you can do on a single chip doubles every two years.
But Moore's Law is taking a detour.
Rather than producing faster and faster processors, companies such as Intel and AMD are producing multi-core devices: single chips containing two, four, or more processors.
If your programs aren't concurrent, they'll only run on a single processor at a time.
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