Today Allinea Software launched the first update to its well-established toolset for debugging, profiling and optimizing high performance code since being acquired by ARM in December 2016. “The V7.0 release provides new integrations for the Allinea Forge debugger and profiler and Allinea Performance Reports and will mean more efficient code development and optimization for users, especially those wishing to take software performance to new levels across Xeon Phi, CUDA and IBM Power platforms,” said Mark O’Connor, ARM Director, Product Management HPC tools.
Today Allinea Software announced that the Joint Center for Advanced High Performance Computing (JCAHPC) in Japan will use the Allinea DDT debugger for its new supercomputer. Coming online in December 2016, the new supercomputer, known as Oakforest-PACS, will be the fastest supercomputer system in Japan with 25 PFLOPS on Intel’s Xeon Phi (Knights Landing) manycore processors and the Omni-Path architecture.
Today the ARCHER national supercomputing service in the U.K. 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.
“We all want maximum utilization from our HPC systems but do we really know how efficiently this time is being used? With Allinea Performance Reports, you now have the information you need without changing the source code or the application to drive smarter computing.”
Wisconsin-based Convergent Science, Inc. (CSI) is well-known for their advanced CFD software. As their development teams focus on speed, precision, and simplifying their workflows, the company says that debugging their code with Allinea DDT is providing a competitive advantage.
This week Allinea Software announced fully integrated development tools for applications running on the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor.
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.