November 25, 2005
Visual Numerics Inc., a provider of numerical analysis and visualization software, has announced the availability of Visual Numerics' IMSL C Numerical Library and IMSL Fortran Numerical Library for the Intel EM64T processor, running RedHat Linux Enterprise 4.0. The IMSL Libraries for the EM64T provide developers requiring mathematical and statistical algorithms with a migration path to high-performance 64-bit computing platforms.
The IMSL Numerical Libraries are a comprehensive set of mathematical and statistical algorithms that programmers can embed into their C, Java and Fortran software applications. The libraries allow engineers, scientists and researchers to manipulate simple to extremely large and complex datasets to detect and display patterns, trends, anomalies and other vital information that might otherwise be overlooked in their data. Specific supported computing platforms can be found on the company's web site (www.vni.com).
"Visual Numerics is currently the only vendor supporting verified numerical libraries on both Intel EM64T and AMD Opteron in both Fortran and C, reflecting our continuing commitment to support the highest quality and most advanced analytics solutions on today's industry-standard high-performance computing platforms," said Phil Fraher, CEO of Visual Numerics. "The proven computational capabilities of the IMSL Libraries combined with the power and flexibility of these industry-standard 64-bit architectures provides the high-performance computing community with a reliable, proven foundation for building their next generation of computing solutions."
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