PathScale Press Releases
PathScale Inc, developer of innovative software and multicore solutions to accelerate the performance and efficiency of Linux® clusters, is now shipping ENZO 2016 for C, C++ (03/11), and Fortran (90/95/2003/2008). This new version is available immediately at no additional cost to customers with a current support entitlement. A 15-day free trial version is available to qualified new customers by registering at http://my.pathscale.com
PathScale Inc, developer of innovative software and multicore solutions to accelerate the performance and efficiency of Linux® clusters, is now shipping EKOPath 5 for C, C++ (03/11), and Fortran (90/95/2003/2008). This new version is available immediately at no additional cost to customers with a current support entitlement. A 15-day free trial version is available to qualified new customers by sending a request to email@example.com.
Global leader in compiler technology PathScale Inc. today announced it has acquired the PathScale assets from Cray Inc. (Nasdaq: CRAY). Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
PathScale plans to continue developing the EKOPath Compiler Suite, provide support for all users of the software and launch new products. The company will continue to contribute parts of the PathScale software to the open source community and will work towards building a strong community of developers, researchers and users.
PathScale announced today that the EKOPath 4 Compiler Suite is now available as an open source project and free download for Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris. This release includes documentation and the complete development stack, including compiler, debugger, assembler, runtimes and standard libraries. EKOPath is the product of years of ongoing development, representing one of the industries highest performance Intel 64 and AMD C, C++ and Fortran compilers.
The FreeBSD Foundation and the NetBSD Foundation announced today that they have acquired a non-exclusive copyright license to the libcxxrt C++ runtime software from PathScale, a leader in high performance Fortran, C, and C++ compiler products for AMD64, Intel64, and MIPS. This software is an implementation of the C++ Application Binary Interface originally developed for Itanium and now used for the x86 family by BSD operating systems. Libcxxrt will be available under the 2-clause BSD license.
PathScale Inc., an industry leader in delivering high performance compilers, and BoostPro Computing, provider of advanced C++ consulting and support for the Boost libraries, have created a support program for Boost built with the PathScale EKOPath compiler.
EKOPath 4 is a major revision of the leading compiler suite for high performance computing
PathScale Inc., an industry leader in delivering high performance compilers, today announced its PathScale EKOPath Compiler will support SiCortex and other MIPS processor based systems. PathScale will immediately deliver renewed support for SiCortex customers and announces the general availability of the EKOPath MIPS Compiler. Previous SiCortex customers with a valid support entitlement, and new customers can begin testing immediately.
PathScale Inc., an industry leader in delivering high performance AMD64 and Intel64 compilers, today announced its new PathScale ENZO Compiler Suite will support the NVIDIA GPUs using the HMPP directive-based programming model originally developed by CAPS. Today also marks the start to CAPS and PathScale jointly working on advancing the HMPP directives as a new open standard. The new ENZO Compiler Suite is available for testing by selected customers and will be generally available later this summer.
PathScale, the developer of innovative software and hardware solutions to accelerate high performance computing, today announced that Visual Numerics has ported its IMSL™ Fortran Numerical Library to the PathScale EKOPath Compiler Suite. Support of Visual Numerics' Fortran Library will enable scientific and technical institutions using PathScale's award-winning EKOPath Compiler to better perform advanced numerical analysis, leading to an acceleration of breakthroughs in science and engineering.