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Primeur weekly 2012-06-25

The Cloud

Dell drives public and hybrid Cloud adoption with vCloud trial in global expansion ...

SFR and Bull to implement a Cloud computing infrastructure for France and Europe ...

La Poste chooses Le cloud by Bull to access an ultra high-availability hosting infrastructure ...

Red Hat launches JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 to help enterprises move application development and deployment to the Cloud ...

Oracle expands Oracle Optimized Solution for Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure with SPARC and Oracle Solaris ...

VMware announces open source project to enable Apache Hadoop to run on private and public Clouds ...

Terremark and EMC align to globally accelerate customers journey to Cloud computing ...

Hong Kong solutions provider selects IBM PureSystems for Cloud services ...

Desktop Grids

Free resources for user-friendly molecular docking experiments ...

XtremWeb-HEP 8.1.2 released ...

Venomous snail key behind therapeutic molecules ...

EuroFlash

Catherine Rivière appointed as Council Chair of PRACE aisbl ...

Bull supports growth at GIP-MDS through flexible outsourcing ...

bullx supercomputer suite now supports SUSE Linux enterprise server ...

HP helps Red Bull Technology stay ahead of the competition ...

USFlash

New SGI UV Big Brain computer is world's largest in-memory system for data-intensive problems ...

View the world through the eyes of Wikipedia ...

NASA's Pleiades supercomputer gets a little more oomph ...

HP unveils next phase in Project Moonshot Extreme Low-energy Server Initiative ...

AMD strengthens security solutions through technology partnership with ARM ...

Indiana University to receive Open Science Grid funding ...

$27 million award bolsters research computing Grid ...

Dell Fluid Data architecture advancements unify and protect storage ...

Rogue Wave Software acquires ILOG Visualization C++ Products from IBM ...

Quantum computers could help search engines keep up with the Internet's growth ...

Rogue Wave Software acquires ILOG Visualization C++ Products from IBM

10 Jun 2012 Boulder - Rogue Wave Software has finalized an agreement to acquire IBM's ILOG Visualization for C++ Products. For Rogue Wave customers, this acquisition adds high-performance data visualization capabilities to the company's existing portfolio of cross-platform, HPC development tools and embedded components. In parallel, existing ILOG customers can be assured that their products will continue to be developed and supported by a company with specific expertise and dedication to high-performance development in C++.

Since its inception in 1989, Rogue Wave, and its product SourcePro C++, has been recognized as the leader in C++ tools. These tools have always been used by their customers to build mission-critical, high-performance applications. Leveraging this position, the company made strategic acquisitions that expanded its capability to support customers building data-intensive applications deployed on parallel architectures. With this acquisition, Rogue Wave extends its customers' current ability to develop highly-portable, high-performance, data-intensive applications, with the ability to build exceptionally sophisticated data visualizations.

Prior to this acquisition, the flagship products in Rogue Wave’s portfolio included:

  • The original SourcePro C++ product line;
  • TotalView debugger to allow developers to more easily create high-quality parallel code;
  • ThreadSpotter for performance optimization, and
  • IMSL Numerical Libraries for high-speed, mathematical and statistical computations.

"I'm pleased to welcome the ILOG Visualization for C++ products to the Rogue Wave family", stated Brian Pierce, CEO of Rogue Wave Software. "Rogue Wave's long-standing expertise in C++ will ensure that the developers using these products will have the support they need, as they continue to build and enhance their mission-critical applications."

The Rogue Wave Visualization for C++ product family offers a powerful cross-platform environment for rapid development of highly visual, massively distributed applications. It includes:

  • A powerful GUI builder with a rich set of common UI controls, such as buttons, sliders, text fields, trees and spread sheets;
  • Data-aware controls with point-and-click connectivity to common data sources;
  • An abstraction layer for C++ access to a wide range of object and relational database management systems;
  • High-performance data visualization components that render charts, graphs and maps at exceptionally high-speed, allowing developers to build highly interactive and intuitive data visualizations;
  • A highly scalable framework for synchronizing the data flow among hundreds of highly graphical, data-intensive, distributed and cooperating user interface clients.
Source: Rogue Wave Software

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2012-06-25

The Cloud

Dell drives public and hybrid Cloud adoption with vCloud trial in global expansion ...

SFR and Bull to implement a Cloud computing infrastructure for France and Europe ...

La Poste chooses Le cloud by Bull to access an ultra high-availability hosting infrastructure ...

Red Hat launches JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 to help enterprises move application development and deployment to the Cloud ...

Oracle expands Oracle Optimized Solution for Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure with SPARC and Oracle Solaris ...

VMware announces open source project to enable Apache Hadoop to run on private and public Clouds ...

Terremark and EMC align to globally accelerate customers journey to Cloud computing ...

Hong Kong solutions provider selects IBM PureSystems for Cloud services ...

Desktop Grids

Free resources for user-friendly molecular docking experiments ...

XtremWeb-HEP 8.1.2 released ...

Venomous snail key behind therapeutic molecules ...

EuroFlash

Catherine Rivière appointed as Council Chair of PRACE aisbl ...

Bull supports growth at GIP-MDS through flexible outsourcing ...

bullx supercomputer suite now supports SUSE Linux enterprise server ...

HP helps Red Bull Technology stay ahead of the competition ...

USFlash

New SGI UV Big Brain computer is world's largest in-memory system for data-intensive problems ...

View the world through the eyes of Wikipedia ...

NASA's Pleiades supercomputer gets a little more oomph ...

HP unveils next phase in Project Moonshot Extreme Low-energy Server Initiative ...

AMD strengthens security solutions through technology partnership with ARM ...

Indiana University to receive Open Science Grid funding ...

$27 million award bolsters research computing Grid ...

Dell Fluid Data architecture advancements unify and protect storage ...

Rogue Wave Software acquires ILOG Visualization C++ Products from IBM ...

Quantum computers could help search engines keep up with the Internet's growth ...