AServ is a fully featured IRC Service written in TCL to provide stable services to both network operators, and users. AServ uses Undernets P10 Communications protocol to communicate with servers.
Due to the fact AServ is TCL based, it means it is a cross platform service that runs on a majority of Operating Systems, Including MacOS X, Windows, PDA Systems, and Linux.
AServ is designed to be modular. This allows users to expand it to suit their individual needs. Modules can either get full access to the raw P10 Code, or just recieve event calls.
AServ has full state monitoring of the network, and has the potential to generate a complete netburst from memory. Due to the modular code and full state monitoring, a module could be made for AServ to allow it to act as a bridge between servers.