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Twisted - Networking Engine in Python


Twisted is an event-driven networking engine written in Python. Twisted makes it easy to implement custom network applications, both servers and clients. It also supports many common network protocols, including SMTP, POP3, IMAP, SSHv2, DNS and lot more. The twisted.web webserver is a scalable, small-footprint web server that's easy to configure. It's efficient enough to serve a high-traffic website.

LibTML Messaging Suite - Network Messaging Library in C++


TML Messaging Suite is a network messaging library for rapid development of extensible and scalable interfaces. Based on the peer to peer standard protocol BEEP (Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol), defined in RFC3080 and RFC3081 libTML is suitable for many use cases and communication patterns. The libtml-c project is a C++ implementation of a library with a C interface on top of the Vortex beepcore.

Internet Direct - The Indy Project


Indy is an open source client/server communications library that supports TCP/UDP/RAW sockets, as well as over 100 higher level protocols including SMTP, POP3, IMAP, NNTP, HTTP, FTP, and many more. Indy is written in Delphi Pascal and is available for Delphi, C++Builder, FreePascal, Delphi.NET, and Kylix.

Libdnet - dumb networking library


libdnet provides a simplified, portable interface to several low-level networking routines, including network address manipulation, kernel arp(4) cache and route(4) table lookup and manipulation, network firewalling (IP filter, ipfw, ipchains, pf, PktFilter, ...), network interface lookup and manipulation, IP tunnelling, raw IP packet and Ethernet frame transmission.

libuv - Cross platform Asynchronous I/O


libuv is a multi-platform support library with a focus on asynchronous I/O. It was primarily developed for use by Node.js, but it’s also used by Luvit, Julia, pyuv, and others. Its feature includes event loop backed by epoll, kqueue, IOCP, event ports. Asynchronous TCP and UDP sockets, Asynchronous DNS resolution, Thread pool, Signal handling and lot more.

DPDK - Data Plan Development Kit


DPDK is a set of libraries and drivers for fast packet processing. It was designed to run on any processors. The first supported CPU was Intel x86 and it is now extended to IBM Power 8, EZchip TILE-Gx and ARM. These libraries can be used to receive and send packets within the minimum number of CPU cycles (usually less than 80 cycles), develop fast packet capture algorithms (tcpdump-like) and run third-party fast path stacks.