1. LiveObjectsHelper is a repository for resources available at the Orange Live Objects channel on Youtube, which give insight, on how to use powerful extended futures of LiveObjects. Available at GitHub, and distributed under BSD-3-Clause.

  2. ns-3 is an open source network simulator targeted primarily for research and educational use. Considering its broad use, and the number of modelled technologies (see main models and its App store), ns-3 has become a reference tool for Wi-Fi studies, among others. The latest Wi-Fi generation, Wi-Fi 6, comes with a promising technique: the OFDMA. […]

  3. Orange Applications for Business presents pcap2c. This library will convert captured network traffic as pcap files (with Wireshark or tcpdump tool, for example) into C structures to be embedded directly into a C/C++ source code. This small tool depends on the libpcap component. pcap2c is now available on Orange-OpenSource GitHub under the BSD 3-Clause license.

  4. Video Call allows you to make video calls with each of your contacts without the need to download the application or to create an account. Video Call. Source: www.primezone.orange-labs.com You no longer need to ask your contact to install a new application, the video call function works with all the recent smartphones. The application offers two […]

  5. Two new libraries have been published on Orange-OpenSource GitHub: Lexical-corrector – a C++ library and a java package for rapid lexicon access including correction (based on Levenshtein distance). It permits to define Levenshtein distance in function of typographical error (diacritics, case, adjoining keys). Text-tokenizer – a C++ library to segment raw text (UTF-8) into typed […]