San Jose, CA – Allinea Software and NCSA, the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, are enabling software heavily used in industry to run faster and it is creating competitive advantages for some of the nation’s largest companies.
Bangalore, India – Scientists at CSIR (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research) in India are able to do much more complex scientific work due to the use of profiling and debugging tools from Allinea Software.
Warwick UK, the arrival of the new 64-bit ARM® processor architecture in high performance computing received a significant boost today with the announcement of availability for a key development tool from Allinea Software.
Allinea DDT, is the leading debugger for HPC and will enable applications to be ported to the ARMv8 architecture quickly.
New Orleans, USA – Allinea Software today announced an expansion of its tool suite that is set to boost developer productivity and the launch of support for hybrid OpenMP codes and energy measurement in its performance profiling tool, Allinea MAP.
Warwick, UK – Allinea Software today announced it is providing access to its software development tools to organizations that have been awarded Intel Parallel Computing Center status as part of the Intel sponsored code-modernization initiatives.
London, UK - Researchers at University College London (UCL) modelling intracranial blood flow have been able to reach a major milestone by using development tools from Allinea Software.
Leipzig - with energy costs a growing concern for High Performance Computing, Allinea Software will demonstrate its vision of a greener future with a preview of new tool extensions for application energy usage optimization.
“With larger numbers of data centers consuming over 1MW of power or having electricity bills topping $1M, energy is focussing the minds of the system sponsors and managers,” says David Lecomber, CEO of Allinea Software.
Allinea Software’s latest product, Allinea Performance Reports, has proven its worth within weeks. The PDC Center for High-Performance Computing for the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden began using the performance tool in May and report it has already transformed the throughput of workloads running on their systems.
High Performance Computing is reaching out of its traditional setting in large compute clusters and into embedded systems used to run the sophisticated applications required for modern signal processing applications in defense – and those systems need the same quality of debugging and profiling tools as today’s modern HPC multi-process applications.
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