November 16, 2011
SEATTLE, Nov. 16 -- After having launched the first HMPP Competence Center in Asia earlier this year with Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CAPS is proud to announce two new HMPP Competence Centers in Europe and US as a relay between the scientific and academic communities.
For the past months, prestigious members have proposed their contribution to these Competence Centers such as Houston University in the US and APOS, AUTOTUNE, ICHEC, IRISA, Coruna University, LPMA, H4H, PROHMPT in Europe, and lately CHPC in China.
Gathering expert teams dedicated to the manycore software development challenges of the Industry and Education World, HMPP Competence Centers focus on participating to the future generations of developers' training, testing of manycore environments and contributing to research on manycores.
CAPS is really happy to initiate a strong Ecosystem to address manycores from applications to programming technologies that will contribute to promote best practice to the community.
More information at http://competencecenter.hmpp.org/.
About CAPS entreprise
CAPS is a major supplier of solutions dedicated to application migration and deployment on manycore processors. CAPS global solutions for manycore lead the developer to performance by providing top-of-the-range technology (HMPP hybrid compiler and wizard), code porting methodology and ecosystem. Its directive-based & multi-target HMPP compiler enables developers to safely move to hybrid CPU / GPU model and leverage the computing power of stream processors without the pain associated to GPU programming. HMPP™ is offered within CAPS DevDeck package: an ALL-IN-ONE multi-level suite for manycore application definition, porting and optimization with tools, methodology and resources.
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