November 13, 2012
SALT LAKE CITY, UT, Nov. 13 – The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) announces the availability of their high quality numerical libraries for IBM’s Blue Gene/Q third generation massively parallel supercomputer from IBM. This follows successful testing on the JUQUEEN supercomputer in Jülich, Germany. The JUQUEEN Blue Gene/Q at Forschungszentrum Jülich is part of the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS). Sequoia, another Blue Gene/Q at LLNL became the world’s most powerful known supercomputer in June 2012, taking the top spot in the Top500 list.
NAG also provides software engineering and performance services for IBM BlueGene/Q (and other supercomputers), supporting customers in scaling their own application codes to make better use of the massively parallel Blue Gene/Q architecture.
The NAG Library provides a de-facto standard for hundreds of the most reliable numerical routines. It is available on many other platforms including IBM, Intel, AMD, Fujitsu and others. The inherent flexibility of the Library means it can also be called from many languages and environments covering Fortran, C, C++ and most other common environments.
Please contact NAG if you are interested in using the NAG Library on your HPC systems.
The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) is dedicated to applying its unique expertise in numerical engineering to delivering high-quality computational software and high performance computing services. For over 40 years NAG experts have worked closely with world-leading researchers in academia and industry to create powerful, reliable and flexible software which today is relied on by tens of thousands of individual users, as well as numerous independent software vendors. NAG serves its customers from offices in Oxford, Manchester, Chicago, Tokyo and Taipei, through staff in France and Germany, as well as via a global network of distributors.
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