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CAPS Announces HMPP Support for Windows HPC Server 2008



CAPS, a developer of manycore programming tools, has announced that its HMPP compiler now supports Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 and Visual Studio 2008.

Based on C and FORTRAN directives, HMPP offers a high level abstraction for hybrid programming that leverages the computing power of stream processors without the complexity associated with GPU programming.

The Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 provides HMPP a familiar environment and toolset that enables developers and HPC professionals to spend less time coping with complex technologies. Windows HPC Server makes it even easier to bring the power of technical computing to analysts, engineers and scientists, giving them the computation resources they need to fuel product innovation and accelerate time-to-market.

Based on C and FORTRAN directives, HMPP offers a high level abstraction for hybrid programming that leverages the computing power of stream processors without the complexity associated with GPU programming.


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