In this slidecast, OpenACC President Duncan Poole leads a panel of speakers describing the latest additions to OpenACC.
Today Allinea Software announced support for version 5.5 of the NVIDIA CUDA parallel programming toolkit. The new release includes debugging support for C++11, GNU 4.8 compilers, and ARMv7 architectures, which will soon power hybrid platforms with lower energy consumption for HPC.
Allinea reports that students at IIT Madras are debugging and profiling parallel code in record time, using the company’s DDT and MAP tools.
The Center For Research Computing at the University of Notre Dame is using Allinea Software’s tools as part of their mission to improve code efficiency and open their HPC resources to a wider user base.
This week the Indiana University Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies has secured a pair of NSF grants worth more than $400,000. The first NSF grant totals nearly $200,000 and provides funding to develop an online HPC course to improve America’s reach in the frontiers of exascale computing. There is a dearth of experts […]
Over at the Cray Blog, David Wallace looks at OpenACC, its programming benefits, and how it is evolving as an industry coalition. OpenACC allows HPC programmers to worry more about the problem they are trying to solve and less about the language and hardware they are using to solve the problem. By enabling parallelism via […]
Allinea Software reports that CGG, one of the leading multinational integrated geosciences companies is ramping up its use of the Allinea DDT debugger within its globally distributed software development teams.