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Aleph is a concurrent programming language created by the Systems Research Group of the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory. It allows unified access to different resources and supports distribution across nodes. In Aleph, all operations are asynchronous and non-blocking by default, which provides better support for data flows in applications with heavy I/O or distributed systems. The language has been used to implement systems handling large amounts of data in real-time, such as network routers and packet processing engines.

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