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Porting to Accelerators with Hybrid Fortran

Hybrid Fortran unified code: Separate loop structures for CPU and GPU, automatic code conversion to higher dimensions when needed.

Over at Typhoon Computing, Michel Müller writes programmers looking to port their code to accelerators now have a new tool called Hybrid Fortran. “This python-based preprocessor parses annotations together with your Fortran code structure, declarations, accessors and procedure calls, and then writes separate versions of your code – once for CPU with OpenMP parallelization and once for GPU with CUDA Fortran.”

BAE Tackles Complex Physics with Allinea Software Tools

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The software team at the BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre (ATC) has adopted the Allinea MAP scalable performance profiler to help them speed up their applications.

Video: Mellanox Announces HPC-X Toolkit to Interconnect Your Future

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The Mellanox HPC-X Scalable Toolkit is a comprehensive MPI / OpenSHMEM / PGAS / UPC tool suite for high performance computing environments. “HPC-X enables you to rapidly deploy and deliver maximum application performance without the complexity and costs of licensed third-party tools and libraries,” said Scot Schultz, director of HPC and technical computing at Mellanox. “Users can now solve their most complex problems in reduced time and scale their solutions more efficiently.”

New Energy Optimization Tools from Allinea at ISC’14

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In this video from ISC’14, James Reinders from Intel and Patrick Wohlschlägel from Allinea discuss new energy optimization programming tools from Allinea Software. “Our developer-centric tool, Allinea MAP, will allow scientific code developers to focus energy optimization down into the source code — making changes to the application to drive faster performance and lower energy consumption at the same time.”

Allinea Tools Boost HPC Productivity at KAUST

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In this video from ISC’14, Sabre Feki from KAUST University describes how Allinea’s unified programing environment enables greater HPC productivity for users and developers.

Allinea Programming Tools for Energy Optimization

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In this video from ISC’14, David Lecomber discusses new energy optimization programming tools from Allinea Software. “Our developer-centric tool, Allinea MAP, will allow scientific code developers to focus energy optimization down into the source code — making changes to the application to drive faster performance and lower energy consumption at the same time.”

Allinea Enables Debugging at Scale for Bull Center for Excellence in Parallel Programming

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In this video, Xavier Vigouroux from the Bull Center for Excellence in Parallel Programming describes how Allinea tools enable debugging at scale.

OrangeFS: A Scalable, Parallel File System Whose Time Has Come

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Many of the major advances in HPC have been the result of collaboration between academia and the big government labs. This has been the case with PVFS (Parallel Virtual File System) and its latest generation, the scale-out file system known as OrangeFS.

Allinea DDT Enables Ground-breaking Neurological Simulation

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Researchers at University College London (UCL) modeling intracranial blood flow have been able to reach a major milestone by using development tools from Allinea Software.

Allinea to Demo New Energy Optimization Tools at ISC14

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With energy costs a growing concern for HPC, Allinea Software will preview new tool extensions for application energy usage optimization at ISC’14.