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.
Allinea Software and NCSA are enabling software heavily used in industry to run faster and it is creating competitive advantages for some of the nation’s largest companies.
“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.”
In this video from SC13, Intel Software Evangelist James Reinders describes how Allinea MAP helps programmers get the highest possible application performance from the Intel Xeon Phi.
In this video from SC13, Mark O’Connor from Allinea Software describes how the company’s new Performance Report Tools provides a scalable and effective way to characterize and understand the performance of HPC application runs, without needing to instrument or recompile.