San Jose, 2015-07-24, Allinea Software is to feature at the upcoming XSEDE15 conference in St Louis, July 26-30th, as it looks to help researchers and developers that use the nation’s shared academic supercomputing facilities to make more efficient use of their own time and their system allocation.
Allinea Software today announced the latest version of its development tool suite and performance analysis tools with a focus on improving the energy efficiency of application software and enabling swifter integration of tools into complex HPC workflows.
New Allinea Forge and Performance Reports energy packs measure and profile CPU, GPU and system power consumption, enabling both administrators and developers to reduce the energy consumption of their applications.
Allinea Software signalled a major new addition to the ecosystem for 64-bit ARM processor servers by announcing the arrival of the Allinea Forge development tool suite for the platform. The tool suite, renowned for its ability to master multi-process and multi-threaded Linux applications, includes the powerful performance profiler Allinea MAP and debugger Allinea DDT.
Allinea Software, the leaders in software tools for High Performance Computing and CSCS, the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, revealed insight into their strong working relationship that is helping scientists in research and industry to exploit Piz Daint - Europe's most powerful supercomputer.
San Jose, 2015-03-16 – Allinea Software, the leading tools company for high performance computing announced that the C, C++ and F90 debugger Allinea DDT is now available for the OpenPOWER POWER8 architecture – marking a significant arrival in the ecosystem for developers on the platform.
Ian Buck – “OpenPOWER, CUDA, OpenACC, development tools – cluster and supercomputing need etc. Cross-platform development tools are key to bringing applications for this architecture. Etc.”
Edinburgh - the UK’s national supercomputing service, ARCHER, announced that it has deployed the Allinea MAP profiling tool to enable computational scientists and developers to tackle scalability and performance in key scientific applications that run on their 2.5 Petaflop Cray XC30 system.
Exeter, UK – One of the world’s leading weather forecasting and research organizations, the UK Met Office, is rolling out the Allinea DDT debugger on its newest supercomputers.
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.
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