As proud sponsors of the Student Cluster Competition (SCC) this year, Allinea Software extends its congratulations to China’s University of Science and Technology, for coming top of the leader-board in the 48 hour marathon event at SC16 in Utah, this November. This year turned out to be a significant SCC by any standards, firstly in marking the 10th anniversary of the international supercomputing competition and secondly in producing some remarkable achievements in terms of HPL LINPACK progress recorded with the winning team more than doubling the previous record breaking 12.57
Allinea MAP, the leading profiling tool from Allinea Software, is speeding up applications for the Earlham Institute, a life science research centre based in Norwich, UK, which is applying computational science and biotechnology to help find the answers to pressing world food problems.
Debugging and Optimizing Tools Enable Application Success.
Allinea Software announces that its tool suite for developing and optimizing high performance code is already deployed and supporting some of the major research labs in moving to the newest Intel Xeon Phi® Processor, KNL.
Helping a cluster of Austrian universities to put the spotlight on code performance and modernization.
The Vienna Scientific Cluster (VSC) will facilitate several leaps in computational research undertaken across its partner universities by deploying Allinea software tools for high performance software development and optimization. VSC is using the Allinea Forge combined debugger and profiler and the Allinea Performance Reports analysis tool to provide faster insight into code performance issues for students and researchers across consortium partner universities.
Allinea Software today announces availability of its new software release, version 6.1, which offers full support for programming parallel code on the Pascal™ GPU architecture, CUDA™ 8 from NVIDIA®.
Customers can now take advantage of the latest developments in GPU technology to advance their work, whether through traditional areas of digital research such as simulations or for newer applications such as deep learning. GPU and hybrid CPU/GPU systems can be a critical element in accelerating performance.
Allinea, the leading provider of software tools for developing and optimizing high performance code, announced that the company will be exhibiting at XSEDE16, the 5th annual supercomputing conference in Miami, Florida, July 17 to 21, 2016. The conference will attract an audience across industry and academia to discuss the key themes of diversity, big data and science at scale.
Allinea, a leading provider of software tools for developing and optimizing code on high performance computers, is launching V6.1 of its tool suite for HPC code developers and users at the ISC16 Exhibition, providing full support for the latest Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor, formerly codenamed “Knights Landing.”
Allinea Software has announced that its software is to be used in a next-generation supercomputer system being built by Fujitsu Limited for the Joint Center for Advanced High Performance Computing (JCAHPC) in Japan. Fujitsu selected Allinea's high performance software development tools and its industry leading powerful parallel debugger, Allinea DDT, which will aid the development of advanced scale scientific software for the new supercomputer.
Allinea, the leading provider of software tools for developing and optimizing high performance code, says its latest software release will address emerging challenges for HPC, particularly around performance, energy efficiency and best practice code development techniques.
The Flemish Supercomputer Center (VSC) is helping scientists and researchers to unleash their potential and accelerate a host of important supercomputer based discoveries using tools from Allinea, the leading provider of software for developing and optimizing high performance code. Allinea's software tools will be used to speed up code performance and results for users of its state of the art new machine for High Performance Computing (HPC) based research.
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