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Primeur weekly 2014-06-02

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Interview with Jan Bot and Cristina Aiftimiei about the SURFsara MOOC on-line training on Grid computing ...

Interview with Yuliya Fetyukova and Peter Ittzes about the BioVeL biodiversity portal and Crowd computing ...

Counting and analyzing butterfly species and their occurrence in Europe with BioVeL ...

Teaching Grid computing in a Massive Open Online Course ...

Exascale supercomputing

20 years of Beowulf: Workshop to honour Thomas Sterling's 65th birthday ...

The Cloud

IBM opens Mainframe Linux and Cloud Center in Beijing ...

EuroFlash

Allinea Software's tools simplify development of High Performance Embedded Computing ...

Allinea DDT adds day-one support for NVIDIA CUDA 6 ...

Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod officially launched the "Lobachevsky" supercomputer ...

PRACEdays14 concludes with 3 Awards ...

USFlash

Worldwide server market revenues decreased -2.2% in first quarter as volume server demand improves, according to IDC ...

Fujitsu Awarded Imperial Invention Prize for High-Dimensional Supercomputer Interconnect Technology ...

NEC receives order for SX-ACE vector supercomputer from Tohoku University, Osaka University and the National Institute for Environmental Studies ...

Sandia gets ready for the computers of the future ...

More realistic than ever before: CAST releases beta version of wysiwyg R33 ...

wysiwyg makes light of Macao's 'Rhythm of Life' celebration ...

Silicon Mechanics awards 2014 Research Cluster Grant to Wayne State University ...

Supermicro introduces 1U 32" 12x 3.5" HDD storage solutions ...

Cirrascale launches SM4490D with NexentaStor 4.0, the industry's first enterprise-class Software-Defined Storage solution ...

New University of Colorado study illuminates how cancer-killing gene may actually work ...

Allinea Software's tools simplify development of High Performance Embedded Computing


21 May 2014 Warwick - High Performance Computing is reaching out of its traditional setting in large compute clusters and into embedded systems used to run the sophisticated applications required for modern signal processing applications in defense - and those systems need the same quality of debugging and profiling tools as today's modern HPC multi-process applications.

GE Intelligent Platforms' scalable open system architecture (OSA) offers data centre levels of performance and connectivity to embedded systems used in the field. Allinea Software has now certified its market leading tools, Allinea DDT and Allinea MAP to run on GE Intelligent Platforms' systems, allowing developers to debug and profile code precisely for this environment and to ensure that every single application performs at its best.

Peter Thompson, Senior Business Development Manager at GE Intelligent Platforms, stated: "High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) is seeing a rapid convergence with conventional HPC as HPEC faces similar challenges in energy efficiency, performance, heterogeneous architectures and scalability. There is a real need for development tools to provide insight into application performance and software defects that just can't be found with tools designed for single threaded development."

David Lecomber, CEO of Allinea Software, said the company has watched the growth of embedded computing and ensured its tools are suited to working with them. "There's been increasing use of multi-node clusters for applications such as signal and image processing, often involving accelerators such as DSPs or GPUs, and HPC libraries such as MPI. Software designers are seeking tools that are designed for parallel applications, to allow them to optimize performance and resolve errors quickly and effectively. We're very pleased that our integrated development tools are enabling GE Intelligent Platforms' clients to be more productive."

“We know that scientists and engineers rely on a new generation of advanced tools for their supercomputing applications", stated Peter Thompson. "These enable them to reduce the time it takes to develop applications, to optimize performance and to minimize both risk and cost."
Source: Allinea Software

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2014-06-02

Special

Interview with Jan Bot and Cristina Aiftimiei about the SURFsara MOOC on-line training on Grid computing ...

Interview with Yuliya Fetyukova and Peter Ittzes about the BioVeL biodiversity portal and Crowd computing ...

Counting and analyzing butterfly species and their occurrence in Europe with BioVeL ...

Teaching Grid computing in a Massive Open Online Course ...

Exascale supercomputing

20 years of Beowulf: Workshop to honour Thomas Sterling's 65th birthday ...

The Cloud

IBM opens Mainframe Linux and Cloud Center in Beijing ...

EuroFlash

Allinea Software's tools simplify development of High Performance Embedded Computing ...

Allinea DDT adds day-one support for NVIDIA CUDA 6 ...

Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod officially launched the "Lobachevsky" supercomputer ...

PRACEdays14 concludes with 3 Awards ...

USFlash

Worldwide server market revenues decreased -2.2% in first quarter as volume server demand improves, according to IDC ...

Fujitsu Awarded Imperial Invention Prize for High-Dimensional Supercomputer Interconnect Technology ...

NEC receives order for SX-ACE vector supercomputer from Tohoku University, Osaka University and the National Institute for Environmental Studies ...

Sandia gets ready for the computers of the future ...

More realistic than ever before: CAST releases beta version of wysiwyg R33 ...

wysiwyg makes light of Macao's 'Rhythm of Life' celebration ...

Silicon Mechanics awards 2014 Research Cluster Grant to Wayne State University ...

Supermicro introduces 1U 32" 12x 3.5" HDD storage solutions ...

Cirrascale launches SM4490D with NexentaStor 4.0, the industry's first enterprise-class Software-Defined Storage solution ...

New University of Colorado study illuminates how cancer-killing gene may actually work ...