March 08, 2012
SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 8 -- CAPS entreprise, the global solutions provider for Many-Core, today announced its partnership with AccelerEyes. CAPS DevDeck now integrates the ArrayFire software library for GPU computing. This strategic partnership answers customers’ requirements to easily and quickly port their applications on hybrid architectures.
“We are really pleased to announce our partnership with AccelerEyes,” said Denis Gerrer, CAPS VP and General Manager Americas, “our customers asked for a global and integrated solution to move their applications to Many-Core. Associating ArrayFire library with CAPS HMPP source-to-source compiler is essential to ensure a smooth and efficient move toward GPUs.”
CAPS DevDeck all-in-one solution for Many-Core programming gives access to a fully integrated tool suite built around the CAPS flagship product, HMPP directive-based compiler. This solution aims at guiding users through the whole applications development lifecycle thanks to its proven porting methodology and a state-of-the-art product ecosystem including profiling, programming, debugging, analyzing tools and scientific libraries.
The offering is going one step further with the implementation of the ArrayFire solution developed by AccelerEyes. ArrayFire is a fast software library for Many-Core computing with an easy-to-use API. Its array-based function set makes Many-Core programming simple.
“The CAPS DevDeck is a wonderful resource for scientists, engineers, and analysts to accelerate their codes,” said Bill Stott, Sales Manager at AccelerEyes. “Our customers continue to find big benefit from GPU and Many-Core computing and are hungry for more and more tools to improve performance and programmability. The DevDeck brings these features to the market.”
Through this partnership, both companies intend to bring top of the line technology and competence to their customers.
Source: CAPS Enterprise
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