News from June 2013
Cosmology's universe expands with unified development tools from Allinea Software
Cambridge, UK ― Over the past two decades, cosmology has emerged as a highly competitive, data-driven field. With the success of space and ground-based experiments, scientists who once immersed themselves in the elegance of an equation’s beautiful symmetries can now test their theories against an unprecedented amount of data collected from the far reaches of the universe.
Users report that unified tools offer a competitive advantage in HPC research
ISC2013, Leipzig, Germany ― In a city where public demonstrations played a significant role in re-unifying Germany, Allinea is promoting unification in HPC software.
With the release of version 4.1, developers and scientists can use Allinea DDT and Allinea MAP interchangeably.
Knoxville, TN, The Beacon project at the National Institute for Computational Sciences (NICS) took a major step forward today with the news that Allinea Software’s development tools are now available on the ground breaking Intel® Xeon® Phi™ coprocessor-based system.